The beauty pageant about more than just looks
“Tiffani Johnson, 22, has grown up longing to win a beauty contest. But having Down's Syndrome meant she wasn't able to compete on a level playing field until the Miss Amazing pageant began.”
"There is no swimsuit portion, not a whiff of competitiveness. Instead, Miss Amazing is all about self-confidence, celebrating individuality, and giving girls and women with disabilities the change to shine."
"For Jordan, it's a lot of running around, coordinating, raising money, making sure things run smoothly, and giving the participants the attention they deserve."
"What keeps me going, what keeps me inspired, the girls who just completely transform, or have that nice moment to realize their abilities instead of their disabilities."
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