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Thoughtful Thursday~February 28

by Lisa
Click here for reuse options! The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Lisa Hi, I'm Lisa, owner and main writer for this site. I live in Chester County, PA with my husband and two boys. I work PT as a Special Education Advocate and Disabilities Consultant, plus I have this blog an...
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    22. Meaningful Quote From an African American: "Attacking people with disabilities is the lowest display of power I can think of." -Morgan Freeman "Morgan Freeman Quote." Global Autism Awareness. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Feb. 2013.

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Attacking people with disabilities is the lowest display of power I can think of ~Morgan Freeman

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stop the "R" word. This word is also hurtful to people with physical disabilities also!

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    Hi Jenna, How are you? I see that we are both believers in helping educate people on how hurtful the R-Word is. How did you become aware of the R-word campaign by Special Olympics?

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    I'm well. How are you? I am a special education major at Grand Valley State University and became aware of the R-word campaign through my classmates.

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    What about you?

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    I am sorry I am now just getting back to you Jenna. I haven't been on Pinterest in a few days. I think that is awesome you are a special education major:) I heard about the campaign by searching the Internet on how to educate people on the word because it is such a demeaning word. Why did you decide to go into Special Education?

I'm working on these in therapy and I'm doing better than anyone expected me to. I'm proud of what I've accomplished this year and what I'm going to do in the future.

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    When people say to me "It hasn't worked yet, why don't you give up and work for someone else". I always say to them "I do fail and fall but I get up and try again because I am not a quitter." "Atleast, I know for sure what does not work and won't do it again and I will try something new the next time". I have faith that you will succeed, I know I will!

I love this quote because Morgan freeman has very wise words and he's telling us to watch out because life's going by so fast.

Love this! (and Morgan Freeman makes it a thousand times better.)

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