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Shannon Dingle 11 Feb 18
Heads up: Peter Rabbit includes bullying by food allergy, as rabbits target villainous character by throwing blackberries at him, including one landing in his mouth, knowing the character is highly allergic. It’s presented as funny, even the epi-pen.
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Natalie A 13 May 15
Ableism at its finest. Not every disability is plainly visible.
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Nicola Di Capua (deaf individual) 5 Feb 18
Disability Coverage in the Media: A Panel Discussion at Ryerson University
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EA CDLP 9 Jan 18
CDLP Chairperson, Dr. Paul Emong has officially opened the training.
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Yeti Zavadsky-Author 13 Apr 18
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Heather 13 May 15
Join Best Buddies at UCR next year and make a great friendship
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Hector Perez 13 May 15
What model does the media in general tend to have on disability?
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Chloe Campbell 14 May 15
Hate it when I see an able bodied actor playing a disabled role. Takes away a good opportunity for a disabled actor.
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Heather 13 May 15
What are some good movies inspired by true events pertaining to disbilities?
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Hector Perez 13 May 15
Would you say Murder Ball is an example of the "supercrip or pitiful handicapped"?
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Roselle Crisostomo 13 May 15
I love watching Murder ball and Sins Invalid. Hope we watch more similar movies!
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cwei 13 May 15
When will we see disabled characters on tv written by disabled people?
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Janice mok 13 May 15
How can we stop streotypes about people w disabilities
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Maritza 13 May 15
Does the hunchback of notredome count as a movie that looks at disability?
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Charlie Tree 25 Apr 18
Third times a charm! I'll be back as a guest tonight on talking about and . You can also watch live from so be sure to check it yo!
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CinemAbility 25 Mar 15
ORLANDO: See CinemAbility FREE, this Friday, 5pm at UCF!!
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cwei 13 May 15
It'll never be enough for disability representation to be only spoken/written by able bodied people.
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Who Goes Home 14 May 15
The new minister AGAINST the disabled?
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Philipp Dominique 13 May 15
Still a bit confused on the medical model
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Judy Heumann 18 Apr 18
My is Millicent Simmonds, who most recently starred in . Look forward to seeing more of her work. via
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