I couldn’t think of a better day to launch my blog than Zero Discrimination Day. According to the United Nations, this day is dedicated to “highlighting the urgent need to take action to end the inequalities surrounding income, sex, age, health status, occupation, disability, sexual orientation, drug use, gender identity, race, class, ethnicity and religion that continue to persist around the world.” Join me as I fight this fight.
In my blog space, I will create a community that challenges the systems that bind marginalized people.
Together, we can create dialogue with candor and humor, and instead of paying lip service to inclusivity, we can talk about action and change. I challenge you to take a peek into my world. Into the world of a privileged, cis, white, heterosexual woman, who is the mother of a transgender child. A mother who has been, for five years, seeking care and safety in discriminatory education, medical, and social systems.
Join me in my journey through breast cancer, children with learning differences, and so much more. Let’s shout from the rooftops, “WE ARE HERE” as people tell us that it isn’t our time or turn and that our safety and wellbeing is not their problem. If you haven’t already, take a moment to add yourself to my email list and get a free printable. Let’s do this together. All are welcome.