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Blogging Against Disablism - today!

  • Posted by Vaughan
  • 1 May 08, 11:20 AM

Blogging Against Disablism

Just a reminder that if you've got a blog - and even if you haven't, because it's quick and simple to set one up - today is Blogging Against Disablism day. Almost wherever you look on the interwebnet, there will be posts about every aspect of disablism (including some you've probably never thought of).

Last year's BADD had more participants than, um, something with a lot of participants, so here's hoping that 2008's occasion is going to even bigger, better and BADD'er (sorry, I couldn't resist).

Want to know what to do? Want to find out how to get involved? Ouch recommends that you get yourself over to headquarters at Goldfish's place to find out more. Be sure to tell her that Ouch sent you

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  • 1. At 1:32pm on 07 May 2008, luckydonnalouise wrote:

    I dont understand why we have to pay for college courses, its really expensive and there are so many people in swindon that really want to learn bsl but it is too expensive for us people to achieve our goal and our dreams, i disagree where in schools the children are learning bsl for free, but why isn't the college course free because there both the same whats the difference. I'm going back to college to learn bsl level 2 because i want to become an interrupter, because i'm engaged to a profoundly deaf person, i enjoy being with him and find it easy to communicate with him, but want to be able to speak to his friends but cost alot of money to learn!! donna x

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