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Michigan Disability Rights Coalition is a disability justice movement working to transform communities.

Communities of Power is a source of information about issues of importance in Michigan's Disability Community! It is also an invitation to you to participate in making our communities accessible, integrated, and supportive - to make full citizenship for seniors and people with disabilities an expectation, not a goal.

Communities of Power is maintained by the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition (MDRC). We invite you to join us!

Save the Date

  • Wednesday, October 28, 2015
  • Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, 219 S. Harrison Rd., East Lansing, MI 48824

The Kellogg Center is a fully accessible facility.

Buy Your Tickets Now: Please visit our EventBright Site to purchase your tickets online!

To learn more about this event, please visit the Support MDRC section!


For more than 30 years the MDRC has advocated for people with disabilities at the community, state and national levels to ensure they are fully included in community life, including employment, housing and the opportunity to live the lives they choose.

Justice Bernstein, blind since birth, is a prime example of what people with disabilities can achieve with the right supports,” said Norm DeLisle, MDRC executive director. “The Michigan Disability Rights Coalition recognizes disability as a natural part of human diversity and, like Justice Bernstein, is proudly feisty and noncompliant in taking on the status quo to ensure full inclusion.”

Read more about Justice Richard Bernstein's Address

MDRC Staff Person has issued a set of documents as part of her health care collaboration that outline important dates in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and discussions of important policy issues for Michigan in the future.

The files are stored in a Shared Dropbox folder:

Updates on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act