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A woman standing against a yellow background holding a megaphone.

The Megaphone Philosophy

When it comes to non-disabled people trying to support people with disabilities, too often there is the mentality of “being a voice for the voiceless.” The problem with this sentiment is that it reinforces the idea that vocal communication is more valid than other forms of communication, and it’s just really patronizing.

I prefer the megaphone philosophy for advocacy. People with disabilities don’t need non-disabled people to “be their voice”, they need the things they’re already saying to be amplified.

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