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The greatest lesson of the civil rights movement is that the moment you let others speak for you, you lose. —Ed Roberts

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ASAN has prepared a comprehensive toolkit to empower people with disabilities, their families, and other disability advocates to help youth with disabilities manage their…

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The Autistic Self Advocacy Network applauds Sprint for their newly announced “Neurodiversity ID Pack” containing a number of apps designed to support people with…

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In response to the recent announcement of the new Google-Autism Speaks collaboration to produce, expand and analyze the world’s largest private collection of DNA…

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The Autistic Self Advocacy Network applauds the recent collaboration between Campus Pride, an LGBTQ rights organization focused on creating safer college and university campuses,…

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Last Saturday, I stood in a park across from the Capitol Building, surrounded by my community, as we read a list of names. I…

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by Meg Evans

The characters and events in this short story are entirely fictional.

Sometimes drawing a picture makes things more understandable.

When Kelsey was younger she’d…

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