This Mother Of A Child With Down Syndrome Is Changing Beauty Standards

"The more people with differences are seen, the more opportunity there will be for employment."

Katie Driscoll, the founder of Changing the Face of Beauty, started a powerful movement in 2012. Inspired by her daughter Grace, who has Down syndrome, Driscoll seeks to enhance the visibility of those with disabilities in media and advertising. In the video above, watch Driscoll explain how celebrating our differences can provide more opportunities and independence for those with disabilities in the workforce.

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