Renata Marshall
Ottawa, On, Canada
Social Media Contributor
Carleton University

Renata Marshall

Renata Marshall is a recent graduate from Carleton University in Law and Human Rights with a passion for disability justice. Her interests include mental health advocacy and challenging stigmas related to various invisible and visible disabilities. She believes in the importance of seeing disabilities as a part of a person and coming with both positive and negative aspects instead of as a defect or a tragedy. She is an advocate for empowering people with disabilities and focusing on hearing their voice rather then speaking for them.

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