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Spread the Word: Inclusion

Special Olympics (SO) Montenegro took action for inclusion on our Global Day of Activation. Watch the video to learn more about SO Montenegro's involvement with Spread the Word: Inclusion and the impact the campaign has had on local schools and communities.
Born with Down syndrome, Reilly defies stereotypes every day through sport, leadership and employment, exemplifying the value people with intellectual disabilities bring to all facets of life.
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Practice Inclusion: End the Use of the R-Word
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10 Tips for Supporting Dignity and Fighting Negative Stereotypes
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This was a big year for Special Olympics. From high-level competitions and high-profile partnerships to the expansion of Unified Sports and Athlete Leadership, the power of inclusion was on full display.
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The cast of A&E’s reality series “Born This Way” is breaking barriers as one of the most inclusive shows on television.
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A journey that began as one Maryland family’s battle for respect and acceptance for their daughter and sister, Rosa, became a significant milestone in the ongoing battle for dignity, inclusion and respect of all people with intellectual disabilities when United States President Barack Obama signed bill S.2781 into federal law on October 5, 2010.
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