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This Mom’s Powerful Photo Captures Why Inclusive Advertising Is So, So Important

 Source: Carolyn Kovacs Anderson
Source: Carolyn Kovacs Anderson

Carolyn Kovacs Anderson, a mom who has a daughter with a rare disease that requires her to be in a wheelchair, knows the power of inclusive advertising. But after seeing her daughter’s reaction while walking past an Ulta store in Leesburg, VA, the significance of images really hit home. In a now-viral Facebook post, Carolyn shared a photo of her daughter gazing up at an ad showing a woman in a wheelchair . . .

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