The More We Get Together is an extensive 107 page manual published by the Canadian Labour Congress as a tool for disability rights and labour activists alike. The manual not only acts as a guide for integrating disability rights issues into labour organizing, but explains and contextualizes disability studies theories and movements. Including workers with disabilities in union work is essential to effective organizing. The manual explains:
Demographics about people with disabilities
How unions can accommodate workers with disabilities
Common disability issues in the workplace
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