One in four people in the United States has a disability, yet disability policy is too often siloed, viewed as separate and apart from broader economic and social policymaking—and the disability community an afterthought, viewed as a community to check the box with at the end of the policy process rather than contemplate and center upfront. Instead, TCF fights for and with disabled people—both to bring a disability lens to economic policy making and ensure that disabled people are centered in all of our policy work.

To learn about the work of TCF’s Disability Economic Justice Collaborative, visit tcf.org/disability-economic-justice-collaborative/.