In this article on tribegroup.com, Emma Scott writes how accessibility must be part of your diversity and inclusion conversation.
She writes how she visited the Eat My Lunch kitchen in Auckland where we bake our cookies.
“It was an absolute highlight of this year spending time with them and people like Amy, Speedy, and Aaron who are employed by The Cookie Project, and all have disabilities,” writes Emma.
“We listened to their stories, shared some of our stories, made cookies, sang with them, and genuinely enjoyed our time, because they made us feel like we belonged.”
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