Judge Rotenberg Center « Lydia X. Z. Brown

Note: This page and all links on it discuss electric shock, other abusive and coercive treatments, institutions, and other forms of abuse against disabled people/people with disabilities in great detail. This page contains links to a variety of materials relating to the Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC), formerly known as the Behavior Research Institute (BRI). Please … Continue reading Judge Rotenberg Center « Lydia X. Z. Brown

About The AUTISM ONE 2020 PROTEST | #ProtestAutismOne2020

AUTISM ONE 2020 PROTEST MAY 20, 2020 AutismOne is the yearly conference revival for quacks, that promote biomedical and toxic ‘cures’ for Autistic people. Autistics, together with our allies, are fighting the abuse of Autistic and vulnerable children and people. May 20, 2020 Autistics will protest this 3-day Chicago quackfest. Event information: https://www.facebook.com/donate/1530287560429726/ Recently, stories that expose … Continue reading About The AUTISM ONE 2020 PROTEST | #ProtestAutismOne2020

Wake. Bake. Caffeinate. | #ProtestAutismOne2020 | Eve Reiland

Wake. Bake. Caffeinate. #protestAutismOne2020 Autism One 2020 Protest MAY 20 Public · Hosted by Fierce Autie and 5 others · 3 co-hosts pending [?] We are autistics and allies. We are fed up with the biomedical abuse. This is experimentation. This is where the CD protocol for "curing" autism started. Kerri Rivera introduced this mass poisoning of autistic children. Join us and let … Continue reading Wake. Bake. Caffeinate. | #ProtestAutismOne2020 | Eve Reiland

Conference at Ohio State supports more accessibility in science

"Sign language interpreters supported the sessions during the conference, written programs were available in Braille and rooms were dedicated for quiet periods needed by attendees with sensory sensitivity. Even the nametags for the conference used a color communication system developed by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network to let people know whether or not they wanted … Continue reading Conference at Ohio State supports more accessibility in science