Crimson Âû | Autistics In France Protest ABA, Autistic Abuse

March 30th 2019 | The first #ActuallyAutistic led counter-protest against a Curist parent-led charity in France. The counter protest is over. And it ended in a general fight. We successfully stickied to their March with our signs but some excited and belligerent protesters started to throw insults at us and middle fingers. At one time … Continue reading Crimson Âû | Autistics In France Protest ABA, Autistic Abuse

Aktion T4 | Wikipedia

Aktion T4 Aktion T4 (German, pronounced [akˈtsi̯oːn teː fiːɐ]) was a postwar name for mass murder through involuntary euthanasia in Nazi Germany.[4][b] The name T4 is an abbreviation of Tiergartenstraße 4, a street address of the Chancellery department set up in the spring of 1940, in the Berlin borough of Tiergarten, which recruited and paid personnel associated with T4.[5][6][7][c]Certain German physicians were authorized to select patients … Continue reading Aktion T4 | Wikipedia

Aspies For Freedom – Wikipedia

Aspies For Freedom From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Aspies for Freedom) Jump to navigationJump to search Aspies for Freedom logo Autism rights movement Philosophy[show] Organizations[hide] Aspies For Freedom Association for Autistic Community Autism National Committee Autism Network International Autistic Self Advocacy Network Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network National Autistic Society NOS Magazine Events[show] Issues[show] … Continue reading Aspies For Freedom – Wikipedia

Aktion T4 – Wikipedia | Circa 1939 – 1945

Aktion T4 (German, pronounced [akˈtsi̯oːn teː fiːɐ]) was a postwar name for mass murder through involuntary euthanasia in Nazi Germany.[4][b] The name T4 is an abbreviation of Tiergartenstraße 4, a street address of the Chancellery department set up in the spring of 1940, in the Berlin borough of Tiergarten, which recruited and paid personnel associated with T4.[5][6][7][c]Certain German physicians were authorized to select patients … Continue reading Aktion T4 – Wikipedia | Circa 1939 – 1945