Thank you for your interest in this easy read accessible summary. This resource has received a lot of traffic this past week from all over the world. I am receiving many emails, messages and enquiries; I am sorry if I have not yet been able to answer your enquiry - please bare with me.
- This resource was created by myself (a white woman) specifically for the white learning disabled people I currently support, thus is a person-centred tool for this particular group of individuals. I have now provided the word document below for you to download so you are able to edit it to best work for the specific groups or individuals you are supporting. [You might not have the font, it's called Linnotte if you like it]
- The definition of 'the police' is still not yet there as it does not capture the complexity, but I am finding it difficult to break this down inclusively as of yet. I am still working on it. It will likely take a completely separate resource to do this. I welcome help and for others to have a go themselves - we needs lots of people working on developing a range of resources.
- I have corrected the images to better work for screen readers (fingers crossed - I'm new to this!) thanks to the input of Jens Welsch. Many many thanks for your time and advice.
- I have added an extra video link to the resource. I found showing videos of Black activists telling their stories and short clips of local protests in action helpful alongside discussing the guide. The individuals I tested this with were able to spot local city landmarks in the video and it really helped connect them.
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