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Marvel's Eternals Showcases First First Deaf Superhero
Lauren Ridloff is a woman of colour who is portraying Makkari in the new Marvel's film, Eternals. She's also deaf.She might also know Lauren Ridloff from the TV series The Walking Dead, where she played Connie.Making the film wasn't always easy, as the actor states it was hard to follow some of the cues. But with some workarounds, the film was completed. Catch the film in cinemas in November 2021.Click the link to find out more:https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/15/movies/lauren-ridloff-eternals-deaf-hero.html
20 September 2021 by Marcus Gordon

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Strictly Come Dancing Stars Learn Sign Language
The stars of Strictly Come Dancing have taken it upon themselves to learn sign language for Rose Ayling-Ellis’ appearance on the show.Rose Ayling-Ellis, an EastEnders actor, made history by being the first person on Strictly Come Dancing to complete as the show's first deaf star.Catch her on Strictly Come Dancing or on EastEnders, portraying the role of Frankie Lewis.To find out more, click the link:https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/strictly-2021-rose-ayling-ellis-deaf-b1922821.html
20 September 2021 by Marcus Gordon

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Strictly Come Dancing Makes History With First All-Male Couple
Marking the 19th season of Strictly Come Dancing, John Whaite and Johannes Radebe will be the first male dancing pairs to dance on the UK's Strictly Come Dancing, one of the UK's most popular shows.That's not all. They're also an interracial dancing pair. It's great to see more inclusion on prime time TV shows.Click the link to find out more:https://www.out.com/television/2021/9/20/strictly-come-dancing-first-same-sex-male-couple-dance-partners-john-whaite-johannes-radebe
20 September 2021 by Marcus Gordon

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Man With Autism, ADHD, And Bipolar Disorder Opens His Own Coffee Shop
Michael Coyne, who is also a Special Olympics athlete, opened his own cafe after struggling to find work because no one was willing to take a chance on someone with autism.Undeterred, Michael opened his own cafe, intending to provide work positions for other people like him.Click the link to find out more:https://crafty.diply.com/c/103393/man-autism-coffe-shop
14 September 2021 by Marcus Gordon

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Corporate gifts from migrant or refugee women
A lovely corporate gifting option - just in time for festive season planning - each gift includes beautiful items plus a $25 gift
10 September 2021 by Cindy Carpent...

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Breaking the norm with gay couple inclusion in the Candyman film
The new Candyman film is making waves and has become talk of the town at the moment, because of its introduction of a gay couple into a horror movie.Why is the inclusion of a gay couple into a horror movie a big deal, I hear you ask?LGBTQI+ people rarely appear in horror films, and when they do, their survival changes are poor.Interested in reading more about this, then click the link:https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/09/01/candyman-gay-couple-troy-grady
9 September 2021 by Marcus Gordon