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Mark your calendars! January 20th is the International Day of Acceptance.
This day celebrates all of the things that our International Symbol of Acceptance stands for while also honoring our late founder, Annie Hopkins.
What can you do to celebrate the International Day of Acceptance?
Tell the world that you embrace who you are—a person with social rights who has opinions, interests and goals. You are a person who is empowered to make a difference in the world and will not let yourself or others be left without a voice in society. You are not living disabled—you are living.
Displaying the International Symbol of Acceptance is a great way to show your support and spark conversations on January 20th (and every other day)! This symbol demonstrates acceptance and shows the world that you embrace people of all abilities.