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On a white 11 oz. ceramic microwaveable mug with a handle, there are illustrations of four dancers of mixed abilities printed on the left side of the mug, with the handle on the right. The dancer at the top of the design is a white skinned dancer using a manual wheelchair with flower prints on the wheels, with their arms spread up. On the left-most side is a dancer with with brown skin and long hair with a yellow shirt and polka dot pants,  snapping their fingers. On the right-most side is a dancer with brown skin and short black hair wearing a pink shirt and gray leggings, posing with their left knee bent and amputation below the knee on the leg side. He is holding an L shape with his arms, above his head. The dancer at the bottom has short gray hair and is seated in a power wheelchair. Her eyes are closed and she is smiling as she has one arm bent at the elbow and the other extended down to her knees. Among these four dancers are the words "dance" "for" "all" and "bodies" written in black scriptive writing. 


On the right side of the mug is the bright orange square Dance for All Bodies logo -- a figure with round edges, with a circle as a head and four body parts extending inwards towards each other. At the bottom it reads Dance for All Bodies in black text with All Bodies bolded. 

Dance for All Bodies Mug

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