Inclusion works to the advantage of everyone. We all have things to learn and we all have something to teach. —Helen Henderson

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Inclusion works to the advantage of everyone. We all have things to learn and we all have something to teach.

HELEN HENDERSON

Writer, author and disabilities activist.

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S.Sujoy FEBRUARY 11, 2018
Absolutely true

Kathy from Port Oxford oregon DECEMBER 7, 2017
Like it...says it all!!


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