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      DeAnn R
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      In a world that can be less than accessible it’s only natural to gravitate towards something that provides some semblance of inclusion. Sherry Toh’s recent column, “The Possibility of Radical Accessibility Is Here, as Told Through Lego and Gaming,” explores this. Her experience with gaming allows her to find accessibility in unexpected places. In her words, “Accessibility is everywhere around us, even in the places we don’t think to look.” Do you find accessibility in unexpected places?

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