Jul 6, 2007

Good for Walgreens!!

Walgreens program puts the 'able' in disabled At a new, first-of-its-kind distribution center where a third of its workforce is disabled, Walgreens is laying the ground to transform opportunities for the handicapped. NBC's Mika Brzezinski reports from Anderson, S.C.

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  1. That's awesome. The disabled represent a largely untapped resource. So many of them have the desire to be productive, accepted members of society. My great Aunt suffered from severe scoliosis and may people (including her bitch mother) treated her as damaged. She was one of the most beautiful, graceful people I've ever known.