Angélique: at the hair salon

For my volunteer work for a violence prevention project, I was invited to speak at an award ceremony. For that occasion, I had an appointment at the hairdresser’s. When I arrived at the salon, they told me to come back another day. I told them loudly and with determination: “No, I have an appointment, I am a client just like the others, even if I have a learning disability. You have to serve me. I have to go to Namur to give a speech, I’ve got obligations today.”