It’s Not What It Seems

Friends-

Disabilities aren’t always apparent to the naked eye. It is our duty to get to know someone and not pass judgment right away. We have much to learn from the below video.

Jay

Read our last post: The Power of Advocacy

Please note: There will be no blog post this coming Monday, which is Memorial Day.

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6 responses to “It’s Not What It Seems

  1. I’m sure this is great, but there are no embedded captions. There are “translated” captions that are horribly inaccurate. I understand why you’d want to share the message (I think I got some of it), but please, take the pledge to post only videos that are truly captioned; true inclusion. We who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing want to get it, too.

  2. Shelley Cohen

    There was no link to a video

    Sent from my iPhone

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