Marks 8th year Anniversary of the Kamloops Self-Advocate Newsletter

The Kamloops Self-Advocate is a newsletter for people in the community to reduce stigma and discrimination around all disabilities  published by Krystian Shaw, featuring interviews, upcoming events, tips, stories and more


Born with an intellectual disability, Krystian Shaw never doubted he could pursue his dream.



The Kamloops Self Advocate would like your feedback

Newsletter Topics

We would like to know which topic interests you the most and what you look forward to reading in the newsletter


Help needed!

The Kamloops self advocate newsletter is looking for more contributors and writers in Kamloops or BC Canada.

You Can write about your life living with Diverse abilities and success stories.

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Mission Statement

The Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter’s new mission and mandate is to educate and to reduce stigma and discrimination by creating disability awareness and sharing success stories from around the world. We will focus on stomping out stigma and discrimination in the world.I hope it will change lives for the better. Welcome to my new journey!




We believe in inclusion and equality   and less segregation from society.



Protecting People’s Privacy.

It’s really important. If readers wish to contact the newsletter team with their stories about personal diverse abilities, the Kamloops Self Advocate team will protect your privacy and will protect your e-mail addresses too.  Parents and caregivers are welcome to write stories about their experiences as well. Privacy is protected. We are trying to make this newsletter to be more popular for the general public as well as people with diverse abilities.
The Kamloops Self Advocate is becoming more well-known, promoting kindness and compassion each month and the newsletter has a new movement around kindness and anti-bullying. We are looking for more kindness stories and diverse ability stories and how people are making achievements despite their challenges in life. We would like more positive stories from BC and Canada. You can write anonymously as well or with your name attached to an article. If you want stories to be private, changing the names in your stories is perfectly fine.

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