A girl speaks out for her brother about ‘retarded’

Thanks Regan. Your brother and you are clearly a wonderful pair of people. And thanks to Max’s mum for tweeting the link. Without whom etc. 🙂

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7 comments on “A girl speaks out for her brother about ‘retarded’

  1. Emma Mc Ivor says:

    Thats love ..thanks

  2. can I share this on facebook? as a parent – very moving

  3. Bryan Martin says:

    How very true, as a father of 2 small children with special needs this is very moving. You had me crying tears of sadness, followed by tears of joy at the end when I see how proud you are of your brother & how much happiness he brings to you.

  4. Elbog says:

    Our children – all – powerless? No.

  5. andrew says:

    thanks for sharing this item. i used it as a resource,along with others, when discussing use of language, and name-callling, with my kids.It grew from a recent holiday in Ireland during which they saw Punky on the tv. I wish all parents would talk to their children about acceptable ways to behave in ,and about being inclusive. The playground is full of racial and other slurs and insults. ps. I also liked your well reasoned post about Ricky Gervais.

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