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wikipedia.org Article on Amy Sequenzia | The Aspergian | A Neurodivergent Collective

When non-speaking autistics are given tools and choices for ways to communicate, to express themselves, they are empowered to become the authors of their own narratives.  In doing so, the power to … Source: wikipedia.org Article on Amy Sequenzia | The Aspergian | A Neurodivergent Collective

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Grief isn’t “natural” – it’s a product of ableism. | Suburban Autistics

In communities of parents of disabled kids (and sometimes adults), there is a tendency to see disability as inherently problematic, tragic, and disappointing. I have observed that this belief is held by most parents of non-disabled children too, and also by many childless people. It is held by teachers and other educators, childcare staff, medical […]

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Why Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath is Ending

Leah Remini explains wrapping up her series after 3 seasons. Source: Why Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath is Ending

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Disability Advocates Decry ‘Public Charge’ Rule Limiting Aid For Immigrants – Disability Scoop

Immigrants with disabilities could face more difficulty becoming U.S. citizens or permanent residents under new rules from the Trump administration. Source: Disability Advocates Decry ‘Public Charge’ Rule Limiting Aid For Immigrants – Disability Scoop

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Fierce Autistic Advocate: Captain Ableist Broflake | Meme

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Train Your Baby Like a Dog review – dehumanising and indefensible | Television & radio | The Guardian

Animal trainer and behaviourist Jo-Rosie Haffenden uses controversial methods like clickers and treats to make children behave better. The results are troubling Source: Train Your Baby Like a Dog review – dehumanising and indefensible | Television & radio | The Guardian