DisBeat Compiles Resource Hub Related to Protest of "Me Before You"

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As the disability community organizes to protest the release of "Me Before You" for its portrayal of disability and pro euthanasia message, DisBeat has worked with activists around the country to create an informational hub.

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DisBeat is a new national communications initiative designed to coordinate and promote proactive messaging on disability rights issues.

DisBeat has compiled a list of articles, social media, action alerts, and other resources for media outlets and individuals who wish to better understand the disability community's concerns with "Me Before You."

As the disability community organizes to protest the release of "Me Before You" for its portrayal of disability and pro euthanasia message, DisBeat has worked with activists around the country to create an informational hub. DisBeat has compiled a list of articles, social media, action alerts, and other resources for media outlets and individuals who wish to better understand the disability community's concerns with "Me Before You."

More information on Not Dead Yet's and other groups concerns and activities related to "Me Before You" follow this link:
http://www.adalegacy.com/disbeat/disbeat-compiles-resource-hub-related-protest-me-you

About DisBeat: DisBeat is a national communications initiative designed to coordinate and promote proactive messaging on disability rights issues throughout the country. DisBeat uses a variety of communication tools, including social media, to bring attention to disability issues from an authentic disability perspective. DisBeat also maintains a database of subject-matter experts, fact sheets and talking points on a variety of critical issues facing 56.7 million Americans with Disabilities. DisBeat is a project of The ADA Legacy Projects. Initial Partners include ADAPT of Montana, Center for Disability Rights, Disability Rights Center, Disability Visibility Project, EIN SOF Communications, Nothing Without Us Media, and Shepherd Center (http://www.adalegacy.com/disbeat).

About The ADA Legacy Project: The mission of The ADA Legacy Project is to honor the contributions of people with disabilities and their allies by preserving the history of the disability rights movement, by celebrating its milestones, and by educating the public, media and future generations of advocates.
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