Scores join march for the disabled

The Barbados National Organization for the Disabled held their inaugural awareness walk this morning in commemoration of National Disabled Month.

The walk, held under the theme Walk a Mile in my Shoes, began around 7 a.m. at the clock tower at the Garrison Savannah.

As they made their way to Independence Square, supporters were challenged to either wear blindfolds or use crutches, canes or wheelchairs to “walk in the shoes” of disabled persons. (KW)

3 Responses to Scores join march for the disabled

  1. seagul March 26, 2017 at 8:20 am

    Disabled people are not doing empowering/meaningful work not because they’re incapable of it—it is because they live in a class system where there’s no room for them to do this work, and that destroys Self-esteem. It does not allow them to develop their abilities, it excludes them. Let’s give them rights to stand up for, let’s give them right’s to live for………

    • Veronica Trotman-Roberts March 27, 2017 at 4:21 am

      So agree that is sad that they are push to to back burner for years not even the MPS Never came out to support them .

  2. Joey St
    Joey St March 26, 2017 at 10:53 am

    All of these “marches” in March…hmmm


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