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After my latest post yesterday about my discrimination by Disney Public Relations because of my disability, I wanted to give Disney Public Relations a chance to respond. Only fair, right?
Here is the e-mail I sent them:
Hi DLR Team,
Ever since … accepted my media request in 2015 to review the holiday experience on my Vlog, I have had 3 denials from Disney in the last 8 months to review the disability accessibility experience on my blog and I kept asking for a reason but received no reply. I also received no replies to the emails I sent asking for details about accessibility. As a huge fan of Disney I hate to think I am being denied because Disney is anti-disability but what other reason should I imagine when I am receiving no information from your team and my queries continue to not be answered.
Please see my latest Disney post:
Maybe this is something your team should be aware of. Perhaps it is an unintentional slight? As I said, I hate to think anything bad of Disney but what else am I left to think?
And here is the response I received from a Director of Public Relations:
Thank you for your interest in the Disneyland Resort, and the inquiry about the guest accessibility in the parks.
We are happy to share the following information, which is available to our guests and the public. It’s at Disneyland.com, on this link.