Tag: hear their silence

  • Open Your Eyes: International Autism Awareness Project | April 2000

    Open Your Eyes  International Autism Awareness Project The Hear-Their-Silence Rally held in Washington DC on April 8, 2000 was tremendous. The many and various agencies which joined together to ensure the roaring success of the rally should be justifiably proud of themselves.  Our particular congratulations go to Unlocking Autism which spearheaded the Open Your Eyes project, displaying hundreds of pictures of […]

  • Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? | Part 2 Of A Series

    Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? | Part 2 Of A Series

    [Content Warning: Autistic history is very triggering. Please take caution this piece includes ableism, stigma, eugenics, homophobia, abuse, and more.] Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? INVENTING AND THEN CASHING IN ON THE AUTISM EPIDEMIC SERIES | PART 2 By Eve Reiland Hollywood magic and celebrities for awareness were instrumental in bringing attention to […]

  • Autism and Childhood Vaccines Opening Statement: Dan Burton | April 6, 2000

    Autism and Childhood Vaccines Opening Statement: Dan Burton | April 6, 2000

    See Testimony here >> Read full testimony of hearing here >> THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2000 House of Representatives, Committee on Government Reform, Washington, DC. The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:37 a.m., in room 2154, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Dan Burton (chairman of the committee) presiding. Present: Representatives Burton, Morella, Ros-Lehtinen, McHugh, Horn, […]

  • Pete Wright to Speak at National Autism Rally | April 8, 2000 #AutisticHistory

    Pete Wright to Speak at National Autism Rally | April 8, 2000 #AutisticHistory

    Pete Wright to Speak at National Autism Rally WHAT? Rally for National Autism Awareness  WHEN? Saturday, April 8, 2000, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (rain or shine) WHERE? Washington D.C., on the Mall between 3rd and 4th Streets (details follow). WHY? To increase knowledge and awareness of autism; improve educational and treatment methods; secure additional […]