The Twelve Days of Cripmas


Today the Christmas Single for The Broken of Britain and Where’s the Benefit was launched.

It’s called The Twelve Days of Cripmas, a retake on a classic Christmas Carol, detailing all the cuts that disabled people have and are facing. The lyrics were written by Hossylass on the Ouch! message board. The video was produced by BendyGirl and it’s sung by Imana. Imana is 11 years old and a really good singer. She’s also a carer for her mum who has MS.

Please take the time to watch this video and pass it on. It’s really good if a little hard hitting and hard to watch.

The Broken of Britain and Where’s The Benefit teams would love to get some media attention on this if at all possible. By sharing this here on Disability Voices we hope to do our own little bit to help.

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About Writer In A Wheelchair

Emma describes herself as mouthy and independent, something she's very proud of as it helps her to campaign on disability issues which she is very passionate about. She loves knitting, sailing, swimming and reading. One day she'll be paid to be a writer a goal she's determined to make happen. In the meantime she writes and rambles in many places online including her blog, http://writerinawheelchair.co.uk
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One Response to The Twelve Days of Cripmas

  1. anu says:

    Many thanks for spreading the word – I’m Imana’s very proud mum (and that’s our tree behind her!)!!!

    It’s important we educate as many people as we can to the devastating implications of the CSA on our most vulnerable, I manage a residential home. I dread to think what will happen to people if their DLA mobility is stopped, as planned, from 2012.

    I’d urge you and your readers to look at http://samedifference1.com/2010/12/20/announcing-one-month-before-heartbreak/

    xx

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