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Online Pledges

Pledge your support to eliminate the demeaning use of the R-Word. Why Pledge?

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  • Each human is amazing and deserves respect for all types of differences.

    Avery Kozloski, Monson , Massachusetts
    520 hours ago

  • I pledge to stand up for those who can't do so for themselves.

    Cheyenne March, West Chester, Pennsylvania
    521 hours ago

  • I hear it all the time at school and try to stop it but it's too much to handle alone.

    Brigid McKeegan, Granite Town, Maryland
    524 hours ago

  • I have learned so much from my son and these special people. They are God's gift to the world.

    Rita Vasquez, Sacramento, California
    554 hours ago

  • I pledge and support the elimination of the derogatory use of the r-word from everyday speech and promote the acceptance and inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities. I am on the lower end o

    Raelyn Walls, Atlanta , Georgia
    576 hours ago

  • As a Special Olympics basketball coach, I see the hard work and dedication that my players put into ALL that they do. They are workers, CHAMPIONS, students, daughters, sons, wives, husbands, aunts, u

    Kristin Bowles, Moore, Oklahoma
    601 hours ago

  • ATLANTIC COI pledge and support the elimination of the derogatory use of the r-word from everyday speech and promote the acceptance and inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities.

    tachima, jacksonville, Florida
    601 hours ago

  • I pledge to not use the r-word ever again as it can hurt people in many ways, including mentally.

    Aniketh, South Brunswick, New Jersey
    601 hours ago

  • I will not use this word because I have grown up knowing that this is a demeaning word and in my opinion it should never be used.

    Jessy Weick, Belleville, Michigan
    604 hours ago

  • Since joining Best Buddies I have met so many amazing friends. This is the first step that we can take in order to making this world more of an inclusive place.

    Brad Holland, Des Moines, Iowa
    611 hours ago

  • The only R-word should be RESPECT!!!

    Hannah V Clarke, Bedford, New Hampshire
    612 hours ago

  • The students I've taught with intellectual disabilities have forever changed my life. Spread the word to end the word!

    Tori, Baltimore , Maryland
    613 hours ago

  • As a former Special Olympics athlete and later as a coach I'm very much against this word.

    Angela Kay Cook, Waco, Texas
    614 hours ago

  • I pledge for those I love and to set a standard for the rising generation. I am a future mother who will make sure the R-word has no place in my home.

    Paige Cavaness, Logan , Utah
    621 hours ago

  • I support my daughter and her friends who help with their classmates.

    jessica , ashland, Virginia
    621 hours ago

  • Spread the word to end the word.

    ryan, peoria, Illinois
    624 hours ago

  • I will always be nice and loyal.

    brandon ridgeway, gahanna, Ohio
    624 hours ago

  • We have perpetrated this hateful word for too long, and its time for a change.

    Jeromy Mackey, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania
    624 hours ago

  • People should not be disrespected.

    glenn wise, spraggss, Pennsylvania
    624 hours ago

  • I will stand up and say something when this word is used inappropriately.

    Rebecca McLaren, London, Canada
    625 hours ago

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