Lit Review: “They Can’t Kill Us All” By: Wesley Lowery — morganicculture.wordpress.com

“Journalism can never be silent: That is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak, and speak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the air.”–Henry Anatole Grunwald In his book titled “They Can’t Kill Us All”, Wesley Lowery describes his […] Source:  Lit … Continue reading Lit Review: “They Can’t Kill Us All” By: Wesley Lowery — morganicculture.wordpress.com

The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers: A New Web Site Presents the Contributions of Women Philosophers, from Ancient to Modern | Open Culture

In a recent conversation with Julian Baggini on why there are so few women in academic philosophy, Mary Warnock notes that “of all the humanities departments in British universities, only philosophy departments have a mere 25% women members.” That number is even lower in the US. Source: The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers: A New Web … Continue reading The Encyclopedia of Women Philosophers: A New Web Site Presents the Contributions of Women Philosophers, from Ancient to Modern | Open Culture

I’m ever so sorry. I really DON’T look autistic. – Autistic Not Weird

DANGER- this article contains enormous doses of sarcasm, irony, and may contain nuts. I know we’re not supposed to judge people by their appearances. But people tend to make exceptions for autistic people. I know this because whenever you tell me I “don’t look autistic”, what you’re saying is I’m not matching your expectations of… … Continue reading I’m ever so sorry. I really DON’T look autistic. – Autistic Not Weird

ASAN Comments on Proposed Delay of Significant Disproportionality Rule | Autistic Self Advocacy Network

May 15, 2018 This letter is available as a PDF here. May 11, 2018 Johnny W. Collett Assistant Secretary, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue SW, Room 5107 Potomac Center Plaza, Washington, DC 20202-2500 Dear Secretary Collett: The Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN)1 appreciates the opportunity to submit comments … Continue reading ASAN Comments on Proposed Delay of Significant Disproportionality Rule | Autistic Self Advocacy Network