Self Advocate contributors sought

The Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter is seeking contributors. The newsletter, which was created to reduce stigma and discrimination through stories about those with diverse abilities, launched in 2013. It is available in print and online.

The newsletter is currently seeking contributions from people with disabilities on myriad different topics, ranging from mental health to food recipe ideas, community happenings and ways in which people are keeping busy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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To submit an entry for the newsletter, email thekamloopsselfadocate@yahoo.com. Stories should be no longer than 250 words. The deadline to be included in the newsletter is the 15th of the month, with the story to then appear in the following month’s issue.

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