Will you stand with me? 


There’s been so much shit thrown during what is widely considered the most disgraceful election in decades, if not ever. We’ve seen groups that promote hate, feeling much more comfortable making their presence known and that’s not a good thing. 

We’re at a crossroads of sorts. Our country can take a trip back in time, where not everyone was considered equal and racism ran free or we can rise above these things and stand for what’s right. 

No one should be judged based solely on their skin color, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or gender identification. 

It’s not okay that this stuff is going on all around us and it’s even worse if we don’t stand with those being targeted. No one should ever have to fear being themselves. 

I’m calling on my readers to set an example, not only for the world but more importantly for your children. 

No one is born with hate in their hearts. Kids learn what they see and the future of this country rest in the hands of our children. The future of our children rests in our hands now. We have the power to get this country back on track and be a shining example of what the human race is truly capable of.  

Will you stand with me? 

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Lisa Blycker

Absolutely! I have been doing what I can and will always join with someone who wants to end prejudice and inequality.

Rob Gorski

Thanks Lisa. Glad to have you here… ☺

Lit Jelly

We stand with you! Our Founder is Black and Autistic and he tells us horrific stories of his teen… https://t.co/OUR3WtfMWw

Lisa Blycker

Absolutely! I have been doing what I can and will always join with someone who wants to end prejudice and inequality.

BJW

Yes, I will. I have never understood blaming, shaming, and being bigoted. And as parents with autistic and disabled children, we know they are treated as second class citizens too.

Rob Gorski

Thanks Becky

BJW

Yes, I will. I have never understood blaming, shaming, and being bigoted. And as parents with autistic and disabled children, we know they are treated as second class citizens too.

Rob Gorski

Thanks Becky

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