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October Is Blogging For Inclusion Month

What is Blogging For Inclusion Month?
A group of bloggers have united to post blogs to create awareness about Inclusion and
the National Inclusion Project
and possibly to raise funds for the Project. It is also Disability Awareness Month
What is Inclusion?

According to Wikipedia ,
" ...Inclusion is a term used by people with disabilities and other disability rights advocates for the idea
that all people should freely, openly and without pity accommodate any person with a disability without restrictions or limitations of any kind..."
What is the National Inclusion Project?
It is the formerly-named Bubel Aiken Foundation, founded by Diane Bubel and singer Clay Aiken.
The mission of the organization ,based in North Carolina, is: "The National Inclusion Project serves to bridge the gap that exists between young
people with special needs and the world around them. We support communities and programs in creating awareness and opportunities for full
inclusion where barriers break and doors open. It is our goal to create an environment for children where inclusion is embraced. "
How can I get involved?
Post one or more blogs about Inclusion during October 2009. There are several projects to choose from, consisting of; the
documentary l
Including Samuel, or
perhaps a local story about inclusion. Please place the following banners in your blog post(the top banner links to the National Inclusion Project website):

Also, please post your blog links here in the comment boxes, so I can link to you.
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1 comment:

  1. National Inclusion Project is such a worthy cause. Thank you for the great write up. Time to get out the chequebook again :)

    My blogs contain the Christie Cookie Charity Giveaway information as well as links to the National Inclusion Project. I'm looking forward to seeing"Including Samuel".

    hugs, Ashes


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