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Loud Hands Project Update

We did it! After 80 days, several interviews, too many tumblr posts, an ambitious blog carnival, hundreds of shared facebook updates and tweets, thousands of emails to families, friends, coworkers, and arch-nemeses, and a constant, concerted effort by the Autistic community...

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Campus leadership training program

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network with the help of the Mitsubishi Electric American Foundation is launching a new program for Autistic college students. Participants in the Autism Campus Inclusion leadership training program will learn to effect systems change on campus and increase their skills in self-advocacy and self-help....

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January 2012 Newsletter

From the Board: New Year, New Opportunities by Ari Ne’eman 2011 was a time of incredible growth for ASAN. We hired our first full time staff members, held our Five Year Anniversary Celebration and our Symposium on Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Autism Research, launched exciting new projects around...

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The Loud Hands Project

The Loud Hands Project, a publishing effort by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, is working towards the creation of our first and foundational anthology and accompanying website. "Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking" features essays, long and short, by Autistic authors ...

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Wired.com Interview

ASAN President Ari Ne’eman gave an exclusive interview to Wired.com editor Steve Silberman about the shift in the national dialogue on autism toward issues of civil rights, services, and support....

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