Tag: Shelley Reynolds

  • 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 Hearing Testimony: Panel Q&A | April 6, 2000

    Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Panel Q&A | April 6, 2000

    See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Mr. Burton. First of all, I’ll start with you, Dr. Dankner. Your daughter–whom I see sitting over there and is a lovely young lady–acquired her autistic condition–was this from birth? Dr. Dankner. No. She had the typical description that has been more commonly described of showing […]

  • 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 […]