Wearing Our Hearts on our Sleeves!

On our short sleeves!  It is going to be nearly 80 degrees today in Dallas/Fort Worth!!  Now THAT’S WINTER!!  😉  Love it!

We are helping to spread the word about acceptance today – International Day of Acceptance.  Here are a few photos.

This from 3E Love today on International Day of Acceptance:

**Help us spread the word! Please forward this email to your friends and family. Ask them to do the same.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ACCEPTANCE – January 20, 2012
To achieve social acceptance of disability.
To honor the late Annie Hopkins, founder of 3E Love and creator of the International Symbol of Acceptance.

3E Love is a social entrepreneurial awareness experiment.

Join the Movement at
http://www.dayofacceptance.com

What is Acceptance?
Acceptance is an Empowered movement that Educates others to Embrace diversity and Love life by seeing beyond abilities.

Friends, tell the world you embrace who you are; a person with social rights, who has an opinion, who has interests, who has goals and who loves life; a person who is empowered to make a difference in the world and not be without a voice in society. You are not living disabled, you are living.

To our supporters, join us in telling the world that you are accepting of people with disabilities. As our parents, siblings, relatives, spouses, children, lovers, coworkers, teachers, personal assistants, friends, and anyone else – you also have a role in our culture and life. And you can have an impact on the future if you demonstrate your acceptance to others.

Let’s join together to:
Embrace diversity. Educate your community. Empower each other. Love life.

Start the conversation of acceptance TODAY!

Help promote social acceptance of disability today on January 20th:

  • Forward this e-mail to your friends, family, and professional networks.
  • Share the message on Facebook. Change your profile pic for just 1 day!
  • Tweet about it! #dayofacceptance
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve or draw it on your hand!

When a person asks about the symbol, “What’s that mean?” Well now it’s your turn to tell them your story!

And maybe next time they will look at the traditional symbol a little differently.

For more information about January 20th and how you can join the movement, visit http://3elove.com


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