If you are trying to sort through what the election results mean for people with disabilities, there is a growing list of articles and statements you can read. Some are dire and gloomy. A few strive for firm, assertive calm. Others are almost optimistic, and could work just as well if a different candidate had won.
Taken together, these pieces help flesh out what is at stake, and what people with disabilities want to see, and don't want to see, from the next Presidential administration.
Ari Ne’eman, Vox.com - November 9, 2016
American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today (ADAPT) - November 9, 2016
Statement from the National Disability Leadership Alliance on Solidarity and the 2016 Presidential Election
National Disability Leadership Alliance - November 9, 2016
The Ruderman Family Foundation - November 11, 2016
Michael Morris, Huffington Post - November 14, 2016