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meredith ๐Ÿค“ 24 Jan 19
โœจ Who are your favorite accessibility & diversity advocates in games? Perhaps they deal with accessibility themselves, maybe they advocate on behalf of others, or perhaps they're otherwise diverse! Maybe all the above! I'd love to get them on my timeline. Pls RT! ๐Ÿ’›
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Ian Hamilton 25 Jan 19
I can see there are already lots of good people who have been suggested, here are a few who more who haven't been yet: ...
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Craig Kaufman 25 Jan 19
Replying to @ianhamilton_
Thanks for adding me to the list.
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Bryce Johnson 25 Jan 19
There is no list without you Craig. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Now that guy... with his red sweat chicken wings... ๐Ÿ— as a Torontonian, I believe in Buffalo.
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Craig Kaufman 25 Jan 19
Greg can be an interesting dude but heโ€™s on of the best. Iโ€™ve only known him for about a year and in that year heโ€™s been able to do so much for games accessibility. The only issue is Iโ€™m Vegan and Greg has unique tastes in food so we will never have a peaceful meal.
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Bryce Johnson 25 Jan 19
I know is the best. I've heard the Anaheim indian restaurant story. His food takedown yesterday was wonderfully savage. ALT="The most interesting man in the world, giving a thumbs up"
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Craig Kaufman 25 Jan 19
Greg and I can always get down Indian food, Chinese food, or Vietnamese food and we are 100% in.
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Greg "Hazy" Haynes
You all are so dope for what you bring to the space. Gaming is so important to well-being and itโ€™s amazing that we have something that can counter the disappointment of bland tasting things like Buffalo sauce, which legend has it, was created in a magic snow globe called Buffalo
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