Super Capable Clothing Campaign

On November 29, 2019, I released a Super Capable clothing campaign via social media. I had the pleasure of working with amazing individuals who care about the special needs community.

See what I wrote on some of my social media pages below:

Hello! My name is Olawunmi Fajobi and I am a behavior specialist and prayer and special needs advocate. I spend a good chunk of my time doing research and praying for those who are facing injustices in the special needs community whether that be abuse in classrooms and workplaces or sexual exploitation and human trafficking. I am also a graduate student studying Applied Behavior Analysis so I can better serve the community that I love and care for. During my first year in graduate school, my heart began to break on a deeper level for children who are mistreated, abused, and even killed because of their disability. I began to reach out to leaders who also share a similar heart for those in the special needs community. Pictured here are just a handful of leaders who care for and stand for the special needs community. We all believe that individuals with special needs are truly #SuperCapable.

Meet Amy Sabat, a committed prayer leader; Kristy Schnabel, an adoptive mom of 8 and special education teacher; Adewuyi Isafiade, an accountant from Nigeria with a heart for the special needs community; and Kay Duffield , the Executive Director of the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative (NOVA-HTI) who has firsthand experience with a case where a person with special needs was targeted by a trafficker.

Please take a stand for the special needs community by purchasing a #SuperCapable t-shirt/hoodie at ! 100% of your purchase goes directly towards building prayer resources for the special needs community.

Thank you for your support!

#SpecialNeeds #Advocacy #Prayer #EndHumanTrafficking #Downsyndrome #Africa #SpecialEducation #BehaviorScience

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