It's important because everyone is different in many ways and as a citizen in the U.S or anywhere else, everyone's the same. For example, our skin, culture, hair are the same, we breathe the same, we talk the same but in different languages, there's a lot we all do but In different ways. “Broken Crayons still color”.
Olivia is a 12-year-old, short girl with a part of her body missing. Jordan has no disabilities and thinks he is perfect. Jordan is aggressive and seems to be angry all the time, but he has nothing wrong with him physically. I'm a very smart, 9-year-old disabled girl and my name is Rosella.
Jordan spots Oliva struggling trying to walk. He then starts to make fun of her for not being able to walk. After Jordan’s mother then walks up to him and tells him a very important and upsetting story that Jordan was never told. “Jordan, this isn’t a laughing matter". You should know that your father has gone through the same thing and sadly passed away. He was in the army, got shot, and had to get his leg amputated. He was in a coma from a blood clog due to his injury for a very long time but didn’t make it
After a few seconds, Jordan started to think about his reaction to Olivia’s disability. He then looks at Olivia and Olivia starts to draw so she can prove him wrong. As Olivia is drawing, she explains how having a piece of herself missing doesn’t define her as a person. Later Jordan starts to think to himself once again and perceived that “Disabilities are no laughing matter and judging people for how they look can be very rude.” He then apologizes for his misbehavior.
Finally but not lease Jordan proceeds to apologize to Olivia for forgiveness. Afterward, they both become friends and they talk about how Jordan should change the way he thinks about disabled people, So Jordan starts to raise awareness that disabilities are not something to be joked about.