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Susan Aarup

Member of the Steering Committee for Group

Luna's Disabled Americans Want Work Now

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair

Chicago ADAPT


Activist

Access Living


Affiliations

Disabled Americans Want Work Now

Treasurer


Disabled Americans Want Work Now

Member


Access Living

Board Member


Web References(9 Total References)


www.accessliving.org

Though Luna was unable to attend the award ceremony in Springfield, his close friend and colleague Susan Aarup - who also nominated him - accepted the award for him and spoke on his behalf.
"I nominated Rene Luna because he works tirelessly for the rights of people with disabilities," said Aarup, who is a member of the steering committee for Luna's Disabled Americans Want Work Now (DAWWN) group - an organizing team dedicated to advocating for workers and prospective workers with disabilities.


www.chicagodsa.org

Disability rights activists Tom Wilson, Rene David Luna, and Susan Aarup explore the relation between disability and poverty.
Susan Aarup is Co-Chair of Chicago ADAPT and Treasurer of Disabled Americans Want Work Now .


www.accessliving.org

Susan Aarup of Disabled Americans Want Work Now and Michael Sentino accepting the 2013 Helen Morley Award
This year, the award went to Michael Sentino and Susan Aarup. As a member of Disabled Americans Want Work Now, Aarup has been a leader in the effort to bring Employment First to Illinois and eliminate sub minimum wage for people with disabilities.


www.accessliving.org [cached]

Susan Aarup -- Non-Board Committee Member


www.pww.org

Many at the rally represented different struggles having to do with Wells Fargo's bad policies including Susan Aarup, an activist with Access Living, a group that advocates for people with disabilities.
Aarup, who uses a wheel chair, said she worked for the city for 12 years before being laid off. Aurup said finding a new job these days is tough. But what's more upsetting is how Wells Fargo discriminates against hiring people like her, she said. "The disabled community has a 70 percent unemployment rate in Chicago," said Aarup. "I'm demanding that Wells Fargo employ people with disabilities to fix this problem," she said.


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