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Leeds United Mar 21
📰 | Kemar Roofe teams up with to take part in the campaign, helping to raise awareness for World Down Syndrome Day
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Laura Main Mar 21
Replying to @DSAInfo
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Monica Lennon Mar 21
The socks were provided to all 129 MSPs courtesy of to promote . Words are cheap on Twitter but you can support Down’s Syndrome Scotland by texting SOCK21 £3 to 70070 to donate.
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Hayley Newman (Goleniowska) Mar 21
Wow, what an amazing way to celebrate . Make your own colourful and unique
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Dr. George Stroumboulopoulos 🐺🏴 🎼🏍 🌱 Mar 21
Got those vibrant socks rocked for World Down Syndrome Day! It will take all of us to build a society that celebrates, values and includes everyone.
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Dimensions Mar 23
To celebrate we’re sharing John’s story. For 10 years now, John has worked and campaigned tirelessly to get better healthcare for people with learning disabilities and autism. Read his story >
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OxfordSchoolDistrict Mar 22
Yesterday was World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) and to celebrate we wore !
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Mt. Juliet Police Mar 21
Helping get the word out & raise awareness on to ensure no one is left behind, some of our officers participated in . Officers Wiley & Angle modeled their colorful socks for the effort.
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Sydney Stevens Mar 21
Happy World Down Syndrome Day from Granger Middle School!
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Isla Fairley Mar 21
S17 CYP class supporting World Down Syndrome Day during NU2559 🧦
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Nubia Acosta-Sosa Mar 21
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Down's Syndrome Association Jul 31
Feeling creative? Why not have a go at creating a design for next year's ! 🎨
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Mandy Bennett Mar 24
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Jessica González Mar 21
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Bogdan Copil Sep 18
"Well, chromosomes in the human cells look like socks."
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Forfar Athletic Mar 21
Proud to be ‘rocking our socks’ in support of This year, the global theme is “Leave No-one Behind” Every single person with Down’s syndrome should have the same opportunities as everyone else, in EVERY area of life.
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Michael kerr Mar 21
Great effort from the lads tonight. Hopefully put a smile on someone's face 😁
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Elizabeth Herrieven Mar 21
Why for ?? 1) It’s ok to be different. In fact, different can be good. Something to celebrate. 2) These are chromosomes. They look a bit like socks. People with Down syndrome have an extra one. That’s all.
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Ms. Cheryl Miller Mar 21
Today we are rocking for here so glad to see so many students showing their support!
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Deanna Jackson Mar 21
This happy little boy came to say hello at brownies last night! We showed off our odd socks in support of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day and we got some lovely photos! 💕
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