Make Inclusion A Priority: Come One, Come All

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Make Inclusion a Priority: Come One, Come All by Amy Haywood Hughes
Amy Haywood Hughes the writer of “Make Inclusion a Priority: Come One, Come All” dislikes the setting of Savannah environment whereby, savannah has failed to consider disabled people. She talks of a ceremony at Country Day where the place didn’t have facilities that could accommodate disabled people. She talks about how disabled people are placed in a secluded area from their family members. Whenever in need of bathroom, they have to take a long route before accessing bathroom. She urges the government and business me of Savannah to be considerate to the disabled people. She states that they should make big billboards promoting the disabled on building curb cuts,

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