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Coronavirus: How These Disabled Activists Are Taking Matters Into Their Own (Sanitized) Hands

Matthew Green
Mar 17, 2020
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Members of the Disability Justice Culture Club at Stacey Milbern’s house in East Oakland: Jay Salazar (pink shirt), Dana Garza (front), Patrice Strahan (black cap), Charley Bowden (tie dye), and Stacey Milbern (white shirt). (Courtesy of Stacey Milbern)

Stacey Milbern never imagined she’d be making large batches of hand sanitizer in her kitchen.

But over the last week, as the spread of the coronavirus has hit the Bay Area — and the [...]

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