For Disability Pride Month, we celebrate our wonderful colleagues and community members with disabilities and long-term health conditions. This logo is inspired by the Disability Pride Flag, serving as a reminder of challenges disabled people face from ableism and discrimination. pic.twitter.com/JT9M3JdRv3
I love my disabled body. My disabled body is beautiful, not broken. Loving myself is a radical act and I’ll keep loving myself every day — not just during Disability Pride Month. Disability pride is more than a month and more than a hashtag. It’s a movement and a revolution. pic.twitter.com/1MXPXezlV4
Unfun facts. 15% of people are disabled, but - 1% of employed TV writers are - 2.3% of characters in top films are - Over 70% of disabled characters on TV are played by nondisabled actors Disability Pride Month is over, but the fight is not. Our stories matter. We belong here.
Miley Cyrus’ speech to the audience! She says “Happy Belated Pride Month” and also tells the audience at Lollapalooza that they can go through anything in life after going through the pandemic; “I think that all of us are strong enough to handle anything that comes our way” pic.twitter.com/6dl48tyJKq