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Eunice Kennedy Shriver, founder of Special Olympics, was a pioneer in the worldwide struggle for rights and acceptance for people with intellectual disabilities.
Get more details and answers to your questions by emailing Nikki Villanueva at Special Olympics headquarters.
Get two 600x600 PNG files, one 600x600 animated GIF, an 820-pixel Facebook cover PNG and a 2412x324 banner PNG for promoting Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day on 20 July.
The ZIP file contains 19 photos of Eunice Kennedy Shriver from moments throughout her life with Special Olympics.
Silent clips of Eunice Kennedy Shriver interacting with Special Olympmics athletes at Games and other occasions. This video is 7 minutes long with resolution of 720x480.
In this video, we see that Unified Sports is about playing together and appreciating players of all abilities; “It’s one of the most important aspects of what we do in Special Olympics.”
A short biography of Eunice Kennedy Shriver and her life, work and passion for helping children and adults with intellectual disabilities reach their full potential.
Through a vision born in her own backyard, Eunice Kennedy Shriver changed the lives of millions.
Promotional video used to recruit people to play unified.
Special Olympics Chairman Tim Shriver recounts his mother’s life of service -- and what inspired her to found Special Olympics -- in this brief 2011 CBS/Turner Sports profile.
Special Olympics Chairman Tim Shriver comments on the power of Unified Sports to bring communities together.
Download a short biography on Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the founder of Special Olympics.
Download to share ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary on Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
Download video of Eunice Kennedy Shriver's speeches at World Games.
Download or watch the story of Unified pair Jessie and Allie.
Download an audio file about Eunice Kennedy Shriver's impact.
Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver talking about the athletes with intellectual disabilities she calls "her special friends."
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