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Every day, our athletes inspire people everywhere to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential. Learn more about the power Special Olympics has to make real change all around the world.
Podcast host Novie Craven welcomed Zach Best, Ian Levy, and Hunter Armor of FanSided on this week’s episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio.
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Special Olympics Malta Invitational Games brought a sense of relief in our movement and an injection of energy to the athletes.
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World Refugee Day is celebrated on 20 June to recognize individuals and families who have had to flee their homes in seek of safety.
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Novie Craven and Elisabeth Röhm discuss Elisabeth’s inspiration to get involved with the Special Olympics movement.
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100 schools in Romana come together to spread awareness about Down Syndrome and intellectual disabilities.
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A youth leader in Lebanon shares how a lifelong involvement with Special Olympics shaped her life and why she wants youth of all abilities to participate in inclusive activities.
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Unified pairs Adriana and Daniela from Special Olympics Costa Rica and Dahiana and Marina from Special Olympics Paraguay joined the podcast.
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For most of her youth, Emma Haug, a coach for Special Olympics Washington, played soccer and volleyball, but as she entered the hallways of high school, sports became secondary.
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Throughout the country, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and Special Olympics work together to advance inclusion programs for students with intellectual disabilities.
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Throughout the country, colleges and universities are demonstrating what it truly means to be a part of the inclusion revolution.
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Amy Selvey, an active member of SHAPE America, uses the skills and resources received from SHAPE to help her coach Special Olympics Florida athletes.
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Special Olympics Cape Verde Youth Leaders Edna and Clenira know that improving digital accessibility is essential to building a more inclusive world.
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