City Hall in Hamilton lit up in red for the ‘Inclusion Revolution’ on Saturday [July 21] as part of the Special Olympics 50th anniversary celebration.
The Bermuda building was one of more than 225 landmarks around the world to light up in support of the event, according to the Special Olympics website.
A Bermuda Special Olympics spokesperson previously said, “The act represents the dawn of the Inclusion Revolution, Special Olympics’ mission to end discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities [ID] worldwide and create inclusive communities.”
“The next Special Olympics World Summer Games will take place in Abu Dhabi from March 14-21, 2019. Over 7,000 Special Olympics athletes representing over 170 countries from around the world will compete. Bermuda will be taking a team to the Summer Games and would like the support of the community.”
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