Published at Teen Vogue, December 2016
Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, president-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Attorney General, is worrying many civil rights activists because of his history of alleged racist comments. It’s an issue that concerned a Reagan-era Congress so much that it refused to confirm him for a seat on the federal judiciary in 1986. A history of racism isn’t the only problem with Sessions, though: He’s also worrying disability rights activists who are concerned about what might happen with him at the head of the Department of Justice.
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