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125 Landmarks Lit In Purple To Support Disabled Community

Nearly 125 landmarks were lit in purple light to recognize and to support the 1.2 billion people with disabilities around the world. Some of the notable landmarks were the Empire State Building, the London Eye, Tokyo's Sky-tree, and Rome's Colosseum. Around 30 countries participated in the "#wethe15campign". Reportedly, "the event, calls for an inclusion and equal treatment as the Paralympics are set to begin in Tokyo next week".

Sat, 21 Aug 2021 - 09:15 AM / by Balaji L

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