Thanks for Publishing my Photograph, in Dis/ability, Race, and the Power of Language: Part I – Military Families Learning Network

2016.07.01 Nametags with Pronouns - Avery 5392_nonbranded
2016.07.01 Nametags with Pronouns – Avery 5392_nonbranded (View on Flickr.com)

Thanks for publishing my photograph, @MilFamLN.

It’s actually a custom nametag template I created to assist people and organizations in recognizing the identities of the people they are serving.

Templates are available in multiple formats, you can download here:

Photo Friday: Photoshop Nametag Template With Pronouns, for a New Millennium

…because life is better when you recognize the humanity of the people that you get to share the community with. It’s how it has to be in this century, especially in Washington, DC the most inclusive city in the world, where we say, as DC goes, so goes the nation.

In this post, Dr. Maggie Beneke extends the discussion around language use that began during her virtual conference presentation on Dis/ability [1], Race, and Equity. In part one, she discusses her own position in relation to language use and person-first vs. identity-first language.  Next week in part two, Dr. Beneke will cover the use and…

Source: Dis/ability, Race, and the Power of Language: Part I – Military Families Learning Network

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