This short, impressively photographed PSA renders Canadian swimmer Stephanie Dixon in slow-motion powerfully cutting through the pool. The terse listing of Olympic achievements leaves no doubt of her accomplishment. And when the video concludes, she stands with affecting impression of grace and power. Achievement needs no sympathy; a reminder that we should all be treated with dignity, and allowed to become capable individuals.
Treating those with disabilities as peers also means ensuring their rights and right-to-services. Find out more through The Advocate for Human Rights resource page.