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3 Things - Tuesday, May 2

  1. Mattel unveils a Barbie with Down syndrome 
    "We are proud to introduce a Barbie doll with Down syndrome to better reflect the world around us and further our commitment to celebrating inclusion through play," Lisa McKnight, the executive vice president and global head of Barbie & dolls at Mattel, said in a statement.

  2. A New Vanguard Of Disabled Talent Covers British Vogue’s May 2023 Issue
    "Disability should feel personal to us all. Some 16 million people in the UK are Disabled, with millions more Disabled-adjacent, whether visibly or invisibly. The time has come for us to get real about who we are as a society, and for fashion to build a better, more accessible and inclusive industry."

  3. Prime Video launches a new accessibility feature that makes it easier to hear dialogue in your favorite movies and series
    Prime Video is rolling out a new accessibility feature called Dialogue Boost, which has initially launched on select Amazon Originals worldwide. Dialogue Boost lets you increase the volume of dialogue relative to background music and effects, creating a more comfortable and accessible viewing experience that cannot be found on any other global streaming service.

Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
Content Marketing Practitioner