Abbotsford Student’s Speech About Accessibility Challenges at Her School Censored by Administrators

As part of her Grade 12 art activism class, Lexis De Meyer was tasked with investigating accessibility challenges faced by people with disabilities in her community of Abbotsford.

Just days after her presenting her report, she broke her ankle playing rugby. She was on crutches, and she learned her own school, Robert Bateman Secondary, is not easy to navigate for students with physical disabilities.

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Abbotsford Student’s Speech About Accessibility Challenges at Her School Censored by Administrators