Tag Archives: disabled

  • ANA Announces Winners of its 2014 Multicultural Excellence Awards

    Nov 16, 14 by LaRita Shelby Leave a comment

    *Miami, FL – Procter & Gamble’s Duracell brand and its agency Saatchi and Saatchi received top honors, last week (11-11-14), winning the first ever, Best in Show award in the ANA’s (Association of National Advertisers) Multicultural Excellence Awards competition for “Trust Your Power.” The ad portrays the resilient story of Derrick Coleman, the first legally deaf […]

  • Disabled Mother and Gifted Daughter Live Normal Life (Audio)

    Feb 19, 13 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    There are stories in the news that are overlooked because they aren’t dramatic enough or tragic enough. But, we want to share a story that feeds our hopeful selves and helps us believe in the miracles that happen every day. Bonnie Brown and her 15-year-old daughter Myra are living a normal life when most would […]

  • Child Caregivers for Parents Finally Get Help (Video)

    May 18, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *The only thing we consider when we think of the nation’s school drop-out rate is a failing education system. But there’s a larger story in the lives of these students. A lot of them have responsibilities that far exceed the importance of an education…their parents. An epidemic happening throughout the U.S. has been silently claiming […]

  • Several Men Sexually Assaulted Disabled Women

    Jan 7, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *This is yet another sick story this week, but there is one redeeming value in it…someone TOLD on the perpetrators!!  The men thought they had gotten away with the despicable crimes, but one of them gave their computer to be fixed and the rest is history. The men had left a trail of their crimes to […]