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Disabled Employers

Seeing an increasing number of disabled beggars on the streets of Accra is just an eyesore to behold on a busy morning. As much as it is disheartening that such fellows resort to begging to get by every single day, what irks me the most are the well-abled bodies of youngsters pushing these disabled folks around, begging for money. 454 more words


Disabled Parking: Small Incident, Big Ideological Problem

Maybe it’s just me but I like to think that people are not intentionally vindictive beings who set out to make other people’s lives more difficult but, the reality is, that it happens far more than we’d like to admit. 769 more words


Hundreds rally to restore funding to nonprofits at State Capitol

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)– Non-profit organizations came together Wednesday in Hartford, hoping to send a strong message to lawmakers.

Wednesday is the second forced furlough day for… 237 more words


“I’m Not As Steady At Walking”

by John Elliot

I love life’s varied pursuits – flying, scuba diving, skiing, sailing, travel, archeology, hiking, producing videos and computing.

I enjoyed these besides being a husband and father and having a demanding career. 1,206 more words

From Pappa With Love

Would More Time Have Made Bruce Pardy's National Post Piece Against Accommodations For Disabled Students Any Less Awful?

On August 17, 2017, a few weeks before thousands of university students will head off to class, the National Post ran an opinion piece by Queen’s University Professor of Law, Bruce Pardy under the headline “ 3,348 more words


by Alice Thomson

The language we use can offer us a glimpse into our core values. Words can be loaded with deeper meaning that demonstrate the true beliefs of a society or individual. 1,074 more words