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Inclusion Press
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A global gathering of people committed to creating inclusion in school, work, and life in the community.
A global gathering of people committed to creating inclusion in school, work, and life in the community.

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The Arc of Indiana reviews Hanns Meissner’s “Creating Blue Space” (hey! We published that!). 
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Tune in now! 
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Al Etmanski writes on Jim Flaherty’s legacy, and the effects of the RDSP. 
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Francesca Martinez, a comedian from the UK, has secured a landmark parliamentary debate for disabled people. Learn more about the debate and her struggle here:
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Heather Simmons gives a great talk about the values of inclusion, and the common humanity that unites us all.
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“What draws people to be friends is they see the same truth. They share it”. – CS Lewis (photo credit: Paris Review)
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Our fearless leaders Jack and Lynda have just returned from a week in Detroit! Here they are with Grace Lee Boggs (98). Next, off to New Jersey!
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URGENT! Please sign, share, and circulate! You could make the the difference! "We ask that Ontario’s Premier Wynne be led by her sense of moral purpose and use her power to pay the legal costs of the class actions, from sources over and above the combined $67.7 M settlement." http://chn.ge/NI5uOp
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“I have never liked bullies of any kind. Whether it’s someone picking on the “fat” kid, the “retarded” kid, the “short” kid, the “black” kid, the “Asian” kid, the “gay” kid, the “girl”, cause she “hits like a girl” or is the “weaker sex”…You name it. Different “reasons”, same “bully”. The bully is the problem. The bully needs a hug, a lesson, enlightenment. The bully is the one that really feels inferior, so he/she picks on someone else to make that person feel inferior too. When I read about this organization, how people get together of their own free will and dance, use their bodies, to express their rage- outrage- around the injustice that women feel all over the world, every day- I was inspired. I am a woman. I know women. I have sisters, strong and less strong, small and less small, Asian and black, gay and straight, Indian and Native American… We are all equally deserving of respect and personal space. I will fight for that right for all of us. And we come together to do so on our stage, with our brothers and menfolk- where we express our freedom every night. And that freedom inspires others to be free. We hope this video helps. And we hope for that one day when all women and girls are able to have respect, and personal space, and to be able to express themselves in whatever way THEY feel is right for them.” - PINK
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“Rockin’ on 5 Wheels”: Tips for enjoying your next concert, no matter the venue http://bit.ly/goconcert
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