Retiring from the field of activism for cerebral palsy #cerebral palsy
🌟 For the past 10 years, I have been honored and privileged to advocate for those with cerebral palsy 🌟
🌟 But as they say, all great things must come to an end at some point in our stories 🌟
After careful consideration, I have made the difficult decision to retire from the advocacy field of Cerebral Palsy. It is a bittersweet moment for me, as I have been so deeply committed to advocating for those affected by this condition over the past ten years. However, I believe that the time has come for me to take my advocacy efforts in a new direction.
📚 I have decided to shift my focus to advocating for literature and ending bans on books in public schools 📚
Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of connecting with so many incredible individuals who have shared their stories with me. However, I have come to realize that advocating for cerebral palsy has consumed most of my time and energies. While I will always be grateful for the experiences and relationships I have built, I believe that the time has come for me to explore new avenues where I can make a positive impact.
📖 I firmly believe in the power of books 📖
Books have the ability to open up new worlds, inspire thought, and challenge perspectives. They provide us with the opportunity to empathize with others, understand different cultures, and gain a deeper understanding of the world around us. Unfortunately, many public schools have implemented book bans that restrict students' access to various literary works. These bans are often based on personal opinions or beliefs rather than promoting intellectual curiosity and critical thinking.
📚 By advocating for literature and ending bans on books, I can make a difference 📚
It is my mission to ensure that all children have access to books that represent the experiences and voices of their peers. Books that challenge societal norms, encourage critical thinking, and promote empathy are essential for children's growth and development. By advocating for the inclusion and celebration of diverse literature in public schools, I hope that we can create a more open-minded and inclusive society for everyone.
🌟 Thank you for your support and for being a part of my advocacy journey 🌟
I want to express my deepest gratitude to each and every one of you who has been part of my advocacy journey. Whether you have been a supporter, , or simply someone who shared my story, I am truly grateful for your support. Your encouragement and belief in my work have been instrumental in my success.
🌟 As this chapter comes to an end, I am excited for what the future holds 🌟
While I am stepping away from advocacy in the field of Cerebral Palsy, I remain committed to making a difference in other areas. I want to continue using my voice to advocate for causes that I am passionate about, and I believe that advocating for literature and the freedom to read is a powerful way to do just that.
🌟 Thank you for joining me on this incredible journey 🌟
May we continue to support each other and fight for a world where everyone has equal opportunities to thrive and express themselves.