It's Time!! Adopt the new Accessible Icon

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Rick Beverstein
Jul 29, 2020
This so perfectly reflects a more enlightened and accurate connotation!

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Nicole Dehnert
Jul 23, 2020
It’s a great idea

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Margo Court
Jul 14, 2020
This is a wonderful idea.

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Becky Baranowski
Jul 14, 2020
I’m signing on behalf of my son and all people who sometimes need a little something different to access life.

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Mika'el Burton
Mar 21, 2020
I think this is a very important changing. Having a mother who was in a wheelchair, showed her as weak and dependable. When in reality, if anyone knew her, she was a fighter, fighter for her life, strong, focused, her mind so intelligent was not impacted by her illness, her personality funny kind loving and brave, not impacted by her illness or wheelchair. This symbol deserves to reflect the person, not their wheelchair boundaries.

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kathryne kohlman
Mar 20, 2020
I believe this is very empowering!!!

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Patrick Cook
Oct 13, 2019
I’m handicapped and I believe change is good.

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Amy Cote
1 year ago
Amy Cote, love it.

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Jean Zeinert
1 year ago
Jean Zeinert

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Wanda Bronstad
1 year ago
the accessible icon represents a positive perception and recognizes the capabilities of all people.