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The Kanopy streaming service – free with you Suffolk Library Card

Kanopy gives you free access to thousands of indie films, short animations, documentaries and courses. How it works Your library card gives you free access to the Kanopy app, which allows you to stream indie films, documentaries and courses to your phone, tablet and directly to some smart TVs. You can also stream in your browser (such as Chrome, Edge or Firefox) from the Kanopy website. If your smart TV doesn’t have the Kanopy app, you can stream to a…

kanopy streaming service on a phone, tablet and big screen

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Kanopy

Kanopy gives you free access to thousands of indie films, short animations, documentaries and courses. How it works Your library card gives you free access to the Kanopy app, which allows you to stream indie films, documentaries and courses to your phone, tablet and directly to some smart TVs. You can also stream in your browser (such as Chrome, Edge or Firefox) from the Kanopy website. If your smart TV doesn’t have the Kanopy app, you can stream to a…

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2022 Paralympic Winter Games

4 – 13 March: Beijing, China. The 2022 Paralympic Winter Games will follow the most successful in ParalympicsGB’s history, when we returned from PyeongChang 2018 with a superb seven medals. ParalympicsGB reveals one of its biggest Winter Paralympic team ParalympicsGB has confirmed one of the biggest British teams ever to compete at a Paralympic Winter Games. ParalympicsGB will have a team size of 25 for the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games, the biggest since Lillehammer 1994. Live on Channel 4…

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Inside The Autistic Mind

Inside The Autistic Mind: a new BBC series with Chris Packham BBC Studios is making a new series with Chris Packham about the lived experience of autism for BBC Two. If you’re autistic and would like to take part, please tell a little bit about yourself. You can fill in the form by clicking this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/send/u98539434 If you have accessibility issues that prevent you from completing the form, please get in touch via autismseries@bbc.co.uk and we can make alternative arrangements.

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‘People are talking about us instead of hiding us away’

The stars with Down’s syndrome lighting up our screens: ‘People are talking about us instead of hiding us away’ From Line of Duty to Mare of Easttown, a new generation of performers are breaking through. Meet the actors, models and presenters leading a revolution in representation. In the middle of last winter’s lockdown, while still adjusting to the news of their newborn son’s Down’s syndrome diagnosis, Matt and Charlotte Court spotted a casting ad from BBC Drama. It called for…

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With Disabilities ‘Rarely’ Seen, Netflix Commits $100 Million Toward Inclusion

Netflix is pledging to do more after a report finds that representation of people with disabilities and other groups is lacking in its original films and television shows. The report released late last week was conducted by Stacy Smith at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Smith and her team reviewed 126 films and 180 series released in 2018 and 2019 to measure representation by gender, race/ethnicity, LGBTQ+ and disability. While the study gave Netflix good marks…

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Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 25

Day 25. Five Ways to Broaden Your Mind Broadening your mind is one of the best things that you can do for yourself. The world is a massive place, and it’s only natural to not have every unique idea or viewpoint bottled up in your head. Exploring how others live and experience the world can help you develop empathy, make new discoveries for yourself (and even about yourself), and of course, help you escape and journey through a thousand lives. …

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Pura, which has just launched its eco-friendly baby wipes, features a number of children with additional needs in its new ‘It’s time for a change’ campaign.

A company has become the first to use children with disabilities in a baby wipes TV advert. Pura, which has just launched its eco-friendly baby wipes, features a number of babies with disabilities or special needs in its new ‘It’s time for a change’ campaign – including little Lenny Rooney, two, from Liverpool, and Willow Welbourn, almost two, from Lincoln. The tiny toddlers, who both have Down’s syndrome, were picked to star in the campaign for plastic-free baby wipes and their…

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