Representation in the media has a huge impact on how people see themselves and how others treat them. That’s why it’s so important to make sure people with disabilities get positive stories in the news and opportunities to break down barriers in advertising and marketing.
With 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. living with a disability, we should be seeing more diversity in print and on-screen. We’re working towards exactly that—check out HUG in the News, and give a round of applause to the media outlets making great partners for inclusion.
Rapper with autism hopes to inspire inclusion with music video shot by HUG
Rapper living with autism records inspirational music video shot by HUG
Madeira Beach Gets First Beach Mat For People With Mobility Difficulties
New mobility mat helps create accessible beach in Pinellas County
HUG helps Madeira Beach get mobility mat at Archibald Park
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