I would add:
And never forget Trump's lame claim afterwards [New York Times, November 26, 2015] that he had never met the reporter, Serge F. Kovaleski, who has arthrogryposis which limits the functioning of his joints.
“I have no idea who this reporter, Serge Kovalski [sic], is, what he looks like or his level of intelligence,” Mr. Trump said. “Despite having one of the all-time great memories, I certainly do not remember him,” he continued...(Don't know about the memory, but that's undoubtedly one of the all-time great comb-overs/toupees he unabashedly sports.)
A commenter at Elizabeth's blog aptly responded to my comment about how in the world this pathetic behavior was deleted so quickly:
It's not been purged. It's worse than that Most people don't care is the very sad thing about this. Also a reality check. [Rebecca Yourig - July 25, 2016]
|Blogger Sandrine Ciron: founder of Fashion Handi|
Out of France comes a heartening story about breaking down the barriers of exclusion because of disability.
The second Fashion Handi show demonstrates that plenty of people are ability-blind. You can learn more about the woman with CP who came up with the concept of a fashion show featuring able-bodied models appearing together with models with disabilities. One of them - a man confined to a wheelchair who designs sleek wheelchairs explains: "To be proud of your chair, that's the goal".
Also modeled at the show are trendy clothes adapted to the needs of people with disabilities such as jeans with higher backs, zipper-free opening flaps, smoother seams and elasticized waists.
There's more here. And a YouTube clip here.