Judith E. “Judy” Heumann is an internationally recognized leader in the disability community, Heumann is a lifelong civil rights advocate for people with disabilities. Her work with governments and non governmental organizations (NGOs) has produced significant contributions since the 1970s to the development of human rights legislation and policies benefiting children and adults with disabilities.

A historic photo that includes Judy participating in a march. Sign being held up reads: Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. Martin Luther King Jr.

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