Special Olympics Prompts Call for More Inclusive Treatment of Disabledi
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Elizabeth Lee
July 29, 2015 12:52 AM
Athletes from around the world are competing this week in Los Angeles at the Special Olympics World Games. Heads of global organizations attending the event are calling for changes to ensure those who are intellectually disabled are not excluded by society. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.

Special Olympics Prompts Call for More Inclusive Treatment of Disabled

Elizabeth Lee

Published July 28, 2015

Athletes from around the world are competing this week in Los Angeles at the Special Olympics World Games. Heads of global organizations attending the event are calling for changes to ensure those who are intellectually disabled are not excluded by society. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.


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