Easier read – what ‘we’ means
Thanks again to Anne at Barod CIC for these easier words.
When I blog, I keep saying “we”.
So who is “we”?
- anyone who wants to change the law so disabled people have a right to live in the community and
- people who are part of Justice for LB
What is Justice for LB?
Justice for LB is not an organization.
Justice for LB is a social movement.
A social movement means:
- a lot of people believe the same thing
- those people start to talk to each other
- they try to change something
A social movement does not have a list of members.
You do not have to be invited. Anyone can choose to be part of the movement.
You are part of Justice for LB if:
- you believe what happened to Connor was wrong
- you talk to other people who think it was wrong
- you want to stop it happening to other people
What is #LBBill?
#LBBill is not a project. No-one is the boss. No-one is getting paid.
#LBBill is a way for Justice for LB to try to change the law.
Anyone can be part of #LBBill. You do not have to be invited. You are part of #LBBill if:
- you tell people what you think about the Bill
- you help other people to say what they think
You can do that by:
- Emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tweet to @stevebroach
- Tweet to @JusticeforLB
- Tweet with the hashtag #LBBill
- Post in the Facebook group Justice for LB
You could ask friends, family members or independent advocates to help you do any of these things.
Changing the law will not be easy.
I hope disabled people will want to work together to make the ideas for #LBBill into a law.