When we were six years old we weren’t allowed to ask the questions we had when we saw someone with a disability or that looked different than us. We were told not to stare or to ignore the person entirely. This has led folks to think that it is shameful to have a disability or appear different.
Join Zapproved and Cinder for a conversation with Emily Purry, who has lived with the stigma of having a disability her entire life. Together, we can break down the stigma and have an open conversation around disability.