For example, Morris quotes disability equality trainer Ruth Moore as being unaware of this hostility before beginning her training work, but then immediately experiencing it.
the hatred expressed by the people I was training was
far more powerful than their patronising attitudes. I was really surprised
and shocked. I had come from such a traditional background of experiencing
patronisation. And to come from that to realise that I was also a person
who was hated.
(Morris, Jenny, Pride Against Prejudice: Transforming Attitudes to Disability, The Women's Press, London, 1991, p23)
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