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WE ARE listening to our peers to better understand their experience.

a message from Tajha Ilerant

U.S. Youth Ambassador

"If everyone in the world experienced inclusion, we wouldn’t have as many problems as we see today, such as racism. Everyone would be more accepting and proactive. If people had that understanding of differences, we wouldn’t be in the situation with so much hate today. It would all just be love. If everyone was committed to making the world a more equal place, remembering that Inclusion is Key like in Special Olympics, we would reach these goals.

Accept people you normally don’t speak to. In Special Olympics, we are a family, with multiple races, which shows that through inclusion we can be better than racism. People can feel inclusion, I have. You can see people who aren’t like you and can accept them for who they are. Always remember that inclusion is key."

WE EMPOWER OUR FELLOW STUDENTS TO BECOME AGENTS OF CHANGE

By including one another we will create a more Unified world.

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There are many challenges that have come with the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is understandable that you might feel anxious and overwhelmed – or even lonely! That’s why we at Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® want you to know we are here for you.

With so many of us at home, this could be a great opportunity to convert this energy towards a cause that never stops: inclusion! We have put together a few helpful tools and resources on how you can stay involved, active, and engaged.

We hope you find these ideas helpful. Engage with us, and share along to a friend – or two! – who may also be looking for ideas. Just because we’re at a distance doesn’t mean we can’t be connected!

– Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools 
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