Join Those Who Have Pledged To Make A Difference
Just Take the Pledge in support of ending stigma.
Just Take the Pledge in support of ending stigma.
To educate others to help end the stigma attached to disabled people across the country
By teach people about mental health
By treating others with the respect they want
Help stop people from bullying
changing conversations about disabilities
Speak and love my truth to end the stigma
I will look deeper into my own preconceived stigmas regarding people with disabilities and inform friends of the stigma present in their lives.
Use only Person first language and to educate others
To use only Person First language and to educate others on the effect stigma can have
Continue to educate and enlighten all people on why stigma is harmful to us all.
Bring awareness to others
I pledge to continue to advocate for the rights of those who suffer from Mental Health issues while continuing my own recovery.
Allowing companies to employee people with disorders. We too are People .help break the stigma and open the box.
As an advocate of individuals with disabilities and someone who raises service dogs for IwD. I am passionate about breaking the bias and I pledge to continue to drive the conversation to continue to create a community that is welcoming of all people!
To see people for who they are and what they want to do in life
I pledge to protect and educate the community about people with disability.
I pledge to write to my local state Rep about these issues
I pledge that "no means no" when it comes to exclusion and segregation.
To be an advocate for my peers, and help them to advocate for themselves. As well as talk, talk, talk about my recovery and road to it. to help others see they to can recover.
Actively encourage others to be KIND.
Continue to accept, respect individuals with disabilities in everyday interactions like our son in our community.
To educate members of my community
Create awareness and advocacy for the Dystonia community of Western PA
I pledge to do my part to stop the stigma against people with disabilities.
Encouraging and supporting independence for anyone who has a disability
Make a difference at my place of employment by educating the uninformed.
To let more people to know about this
Learn more about people living with a disability and the stigma they experience. Be an active bystander and stand up when I hear offensive or misinformed statements being made. Share resources (like the videos and quiz) with my peers and encourage them to take the pledge!
Standing up for others when they are being judged and educating them.
Educate and raise awareness. With knowledge comes power.
I pledge to be more understanding and to take action and try to educate the people around me
Educate myself and those I work with to get on board with this project. Perhaps host a viewing of the Documentary, and "act" in a way that supports the language and agenda.
I pledge to continue to dialog about stigma wringing out my own biases in order to fully see potential in us all. This will MOVE "the possible" into "the actual" for myself and all whose lives I touch.
We are all fearfully and wonderfully made. I will continue to treat others with love. I will educate those who are unaware they are aiding in creating a stigma against people with disabilities.
I willingly join the fight to destroy stigma.
Put the PERSON first, not their "diff ability". I will continue to teach my kid that different is beautiful!
Educate those who have misconceptions of individuals with disabilities.
To think about stigma, disbality rights and access issues and to take action whenever I can
I pledge to talk openly and honestly about disability and encourage my friends and family to ask questions and include them in helping them end the stigma!
Discourage people from being afraid of people with disabilities. Encourage people to always use "people first" language.
I pledge to SPEAK UP if I hear others spreading misinformation or ugly, hateful comments.
To always treat those with disabilities with love and respect. To correct those who do not.
Stand Up for those like myself with different disabilities to help the Public become educated and help eliminate the stigma that surrounds them and help show their abilities instead of "dis"abilities...
I pledge to stand up for disable people who get bully on the job because of their disability.
I pledge to see the similarities in folks rather than the differences. I pledge to help others do the same.
I will be more vocal when seeing stigma being perpetuated by people regarding anyone with a visible or invisible disability. I hope to take part in a documentary event locally to try to get people talking about and be more aware of this issue.
I pledge to engage people who appear to have a disability in the same way I would anyone!
Let's stand united
To stand up against all stigmas.
Mental health related
Disability both physical and non-physical
Talk about the project daily so I can find a way to make discussions positive and "comfortable"
Call people out on it!
to speak out and take action
I pledge to use people first language and end stigma all together for people with disabilities. I pledge to advocate for ending stigma as well.
I will continue to openly share my story of my struggles and achievements with depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder with whom ever I come across. I will continue to be a voice for other people of color and I will always do my part to erase the stigma attached to mental illness.
Stop to help and educate those who don't know
I pledge to stand up against stigma and will spread the word through social media family friends anyway to ask other people to stand up against stigma with me and people that have to live with disabilities every day. It's time we all take a stand and fight for their rights as well
To help people realize that people are people.
To always speak and act with non-biased behavior towards people with disabilities. I will help educate other people so they may see and treat the disabled better.
Defend others and teach my son to not be a bystander to bullying.