man with white cane 👨‍🦯

Be ready to support people with disabilities with the man with white cane emoji. 

The man with white cane emoji was first approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010. It was intended to be a generic representation of a person who is blind or visually impaired, and could be used to indicate the need for assistance or to show solidarity with the disability community. 

In the years since its release, the emoji has been widely adopted by blind and visually impaired users as a way to identify themselves online. It has also been repurposed by people with other disabilities, as well as by allies and members of the disability rights movement. 

The man with white cane emoji is often used alongside other emojis, such as the wheelchair symbol, to create a more comprehensive representation of disability. 

It can also be used alone to signal that the user is blind or visually impaired, or to make a statement about blindness and disability rights. So do not forget to drop a white heart emoji, or a hugging face emoji to show love and support for that community.

👨‍🦯 Man With White Cane is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 12.0 which was introduced in 2019, and was added to Emoji 12.0.

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Man With White Cane Emoji History

Man With White Cane Emoji is created in the year 2019.

Man With White Cane Emoji Unicode Data