See How Children With Disability Are Expressing Themselves Through Chess

Despite grappling with a disability, Anne Miller, eleven years old, is living her life to the fullest as a chess player and future chess master.

The 6-grade student is suffering from a condition known as Osteogenesis Imperfecta, one that has left her unable to work.

Miller is competing at the Chess Championship for people living with disabilities alongside other children suffering from one disability or the other.

In an interview with CNN, Miller said that despite her inability to use her lower limb, she will not

Speaking about her disability, she said: “I don’t let that define me I let my mind and what I can do define me”


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Joshua Oyenigbehin is an introvert who is passionate about Storytelling, writing, and teaching. He sees his imagination as an unsearchable world, more magical than a fairyland. He has written a novel and working on another

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