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Colleen F. Tomko Pennsylvania
Member Since: 2005

"A disability is one part of a whole person. Every person has something to give, is of equal value and worth, and deserves equal access and opportunities."

Colleen is a parent and advocate for inclusion, a Penn State graduate, a graduate of Partners in Policymaking and president of
Kids Together, Inc.
an all-volunteer unfunded non-profit.

Please read my articles on inclusion posted at Kids Together and sign up for the newsletter or join the inclusion listserv. I have provided over 15 years of volunteer work to promote inclusion and advocate for my son and others.

Drop me line at
Let me know what you think of my designs, or if there is something you'd like to see.

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A 3 panel cartoon. In the first is a teacher in front of a chalk board showing "Mrs. Reich 3rd Grade Class", above it is a "Celebrate Diversity" banner. The teacher is saying, "Kids with disabilities belong with their own kind. Not in my class.". The 2nd panel shows the teacher walking out of school and a car skiding toward her. Glasses are on the ground, skid marks and the words "screech" and "Bam". In the 3rd panel she sits in a wheelchair and is saying "I can still teach. I deserve to be in my class, this is where I belong. I should not be discriminated against."

"And then what?" T-shirts

"And then what?" T-shirts
Wear these t-shirts to help some people's thinking along! Exclusion based on disability is discrimination.

"And then what?..." apparel

"And then what?..." apparel
Great for wearing to meetings and just about anywhere to help get point accross discrimination.

"And Then What?..." Cards, Prints, Stickers & Post

"And Then What?..." Cards, Prints, Stickers & Post
Cards, prints, stickers and posters that will get people thinking!

"And then what?..." Black T-Shirt

"And then what?..." Mousepad

"And then what?..." Tote Bag

"And then what?..." Large Mug

"And then what?..." Mug

"And then what?..." BBQ Apron

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