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Today is Blogging Against Disablism Day

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Crippled Monkey | 09:05 UK time, Monday, 1 May 2006

It's Monday 1 May - a Bank Holiday (well, OK, for some of us) - so you've got no excuse for not taking part in Blogging Against Disablism Day!

Today, well over a hundred disabled and non-disabled bloggers will be posting about disablism, whether that's their own experiences of it or their thoughts on the subject. The place to start is, of course, the blog where the idea for BADD began - Diary of a Goldfish. Go there, and you'll find the list of all the blogs taking part, so that you can begin your surfing of the blogosphere and read all the great stuff that will be posted during the day. And even now, it's not to late to add your own post about disablism if you haven't officially signed up.

Blogging Against Disablism Day looks like it's going to be a huge success, thanks to the number of people taking part, and it's great to see the blogging community doing something like this. So Monkey's off to spend the rest of Monday reading all the entries ... and I hope you will be too.

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I've written my blog entry... it's at http://www.gorge.org/journal.shtml

Come Ouchers - let's see some more!

Have written my entry at my lovely blog!

Happy Blogging Against Disablism day Ouchers!

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  • At 12:04 PM on 01 May 2006, Chris Page wrote:

I've posted my blog for BADD at http://www.housingot.co.uk/page9.htm

Please have a read and leave me a comment there.

my contribution is at http://www.matthewgoodsell.co.uk/

Just added my contribution also!

http://digitaldelirium.co.uk/blog.htm

Can I join in? http://ergatonzeteo.blogspot.com/2006/05/romans-blogging-against-disablism-day.html Really enjoyed reading all that has been written so far...

I just wished to thank The Goldfish for the idea and all teh organisation she has done for it.


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