Special Olympics and over 5 Million of our athletes are leading the charge for full inclusion of people with Intellectual Disabilities (ID).

The movement is rooted in the spirit of our founder, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who took a rebellious stand against the injustices faced by people with Intellectual Disabilities in 1968. Today, the fight for inclusion is more relevant than ever. People of all ages, races, genders, cultures, backgrounds, and abilities continue to face discrimination, ignorance, and disparagement. Just as Eunice Kennedy Shriver did 50 years ago, Special Olympics is setting a stake in the ground to create change and, this time, our athletes are leading the way.
Athletes and celebrities join together to powerfully recite the Inclusion Revolution Manifesto
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools looks to create more socially inclusive school environments around the country.
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Over the past 50 years, inclusion has not only been happening on the playing field, but in our nation's classrooms. Meet the Unified Generation who have created that change!
Ponaganset High School is a Special Olympics Unified Champion School in Rhode Island that has been at the forefront of the inclusion revolution for over ten years.
Improving school culture with the power of inclusion.
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On July 1, 2018 at the 2018 USA Games in Seattle, WA., ESPN and Special Olympics hosted the first-ever Unified Sports Challenge raising awareness for an inclusive world. Watch executives and celebrities talk about what inclusion means to them.
Watch the transformative power and positive impact of a world where all are included.