From chronic pain and fatigue to disruptive headaches and mood swings, millions of U.S. adults suffer from disabling and hidden or invisible medical conditions. For these individuals, daily life can be a struggle as their disability permeates all aspects of their lives, including their ability to get and keep a job.
Founded on the principles of equality and freedom, the United States is frequently referred to as a cultural melting pot. Spanning from California to New York, our country’s rich and diverse landscape is comprised of people of varying nationalities, ideologies, races, and religions. While this diversity is traditionally celebrated as a positive and defining attribute, members of some racial and religious minorities suffer harassment and discrimination in both their personal and professional lives.