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My Manifesto

Updated: Mar 30, 2023


I just learned what a manifesto was. Apparently, a manifesto is for everyone. Anyone can write a manifesto. I am writing mine below. But first, here's a definition for manifesto:


a public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate.

"a manifesto for gay liberation"


Manifesto


To begin with my declaration, I will need to talk about who I am as a person. I need to talk about my identies. I am a Disabled Person of color. I am currently 32 years old. I have a Disability, which is also part of my identity, called Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 2. These are things that shape my attitudes and experiences about life.



Values


I value Disability Rights, Disability Justice, Disability Pride, Disability Community, Accessibility, Interdependence, Spirituality, Honesty, Openness, Love, Connection, Gay Rights, Social Justice, Inclusion, Integration and much more.


Intentions


My intention is to establish a movement towards mutual relationships between people that are beneficial to everyone. I want to be a conduit for light and goodness. My intention is to do good in the world.


Views


My views are my own. They are not a representation of any entity or organization. I believe every single person on this planet is to be treated equally and with profound care. We are one interconnected system. The things that happens to one of us impacts all of us. Racism and ableism is rampant in our communities; we must learn how to dismantle these systems while reimagining our future. A future that is inclusive to all marginalized populations, especially to the Disabled Community.


Goals


I want to move into a more accessible apartment. I want to continue blogging. Get paid for doing freelance work. Write a book. Start podcasting consistently. Find a partner. Travel the world. And much more.

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