An unconventional book on ignoring disability
"A picture is worth a thousand words."
How about blank pages? Recently, a blank book has been released to express the absurdity people with disabilities are experiencing every day, as there is still much ignorance about disability in UK.
The book "What non-disabled people know about disabled people", written by Sandip Sodha, a Londoner with cerebral palsy, went on market since mid-June this year. Except the six pages of introduction, the 372-page book is fully blank. Sandip said that the little change in the perception of people with disabilities over the years have inspired him to publish the book. He hopes the blank book can raise a strong public concern and prompt the society to genuinely consider disability issues and implement policy changes that can truly improve the lives of people with disabilities.You may preview (or actually read the whole book) here.