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Claiming my Place - Sue Mellsopp
"I am committed to doing all I can to advocate for the young people in my community"
"I spent too many years being made to feel that disability had to be hidden"
"Me being disabled is an opportunity to make the world a better place.”
This Disability Pride Week, let us be proud of our disabilities and vocal in that pride
Seeing my disability as my strength, as beautiful, and as me.
"We all have strengths and weaknesses and although my weaknesses are plainly obvious, I want people to see that there is more to me than the label they give me."
What does Disability Pride mean for me?
My belief, My enemy, My life, My family, My love, My childhood, My dream, My challenge
A radical thought: we have the power to bring real pride to our community