On Mel Bagg’s untimely death – Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)

Yesterday, the autistic community, the self-advocacy movement, and humanity at large lost a titan, a leader, a visionary, a public intellectual, and an artist whose work has influenced, inspired, and forged paths forward for thousands of autistic activists and advocates for decades. Amelia Evelyn Voicy Baggs, known to friends as Mel, died in Vermont, where sie had lived for many years after migrating from hir home among the California redwoods, crocheting tapestries and shawls, loving cats, and spending time with nature.  …

Source: On Mel Bagg’s untimely death – Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN)


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