New Lego figure – in a wheelchair

January 29, 2016 at 11:12 am Leave a comment

 

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Check out this new Lego figure in a wheelchair, expected  for general release June. Read this article by Serina Sandhu. From the article: “This move by Lego is massive in terms of ending cultural marginalisation; it will speak volumes to children, disabled or otherwise, the world over”

See also article by The Guardian and CBC News

Rowan

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