Let me just say that February was an awesome month. Yes, I know it is the month of love with Valentine’s Day and all, but this year we had some special moments for our work to help movement disability.
Let’s start with the Grammy’s and Stevie Wonder’s great joke “You can’t read it, you can’t read braille. Nananananana.” This was such a fun and strong request for equality. Everything should be accessible for everyone. The best part of Wonder’s joke was that it caused such a roar in the media, drawing attention of billions for the plea of understanding disabled people. We have to recognize the challenges that the disabled face on a daily basis and should not ever forget that basic tasks are not basic for everyone. And the Grammy’s was definitely a great place to bring that light to the world. Read More on Hollywood Life.
And after the Grammy’s we got this awesome new clothing line by Tommy Hilfiger that is easier to dress and use for children with movement disability. Definitely a great thing for some of our POPS Kids! Check out the shop. According to the brand’s website, the line is “a very special collection addressing the challenges the differently-abled community faces each day when getting dressed.” It was developed by Mindy Scheier in partnership with the Non-profit Runway of Dreams.
And New York Fashion week is taking a great step forward by having an entire catwalk of models with disabilities. The pictures are stunning. Daily Mail UK made an excellent article here. Hopefully Tommy Hilfiger can make that suit set soon!