LDS Church recognized for positive portrayals of people with disabilities

by | Mar. 07, 2013

Official Church Info

The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) honored The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at its annual Leadership Awards Gala Tuesday night in Washington, D.C. The Church received the 2013 AAPD Image Award for “outstanding work in mass media which positively change public perceptions and opinions about people with disabilities.”

The award recognizes the Church’s representations of members with disabilities in its "I’m a Mormon" campaign profiles on Mormon.org.

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