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ASAN Celebrates Dismissal of All Charges Against Kayleb Moon Robinson

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is pleased that the Commonwealth of Virginia has dismissed all charges against Autistic middle school student Kayleb Moon-Robinson. Last year, when he was in sixth grade, Kayleb was wrongfully arrested and faced with criminal charges for walking into the school hallway and struggling when...

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ASAN Statement on #JusticeForKayleb

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network strongly condemns the conviction of Kayleb Moon-Robinson, a Black and autistic sixth-grader, for disorderly conduct and felony assault after kicking over a trash can at school and struggling to get away from a School Resource Officer. This was a minor incident which should have...

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Working to End Police Violence and Systemic Racism

A month ago, we shared an update on how ASAN is working to keep our community safe through the COVID-19 pandemic. This month, we want to acknowledge that while the United States is still struggling with COVID-19, we are also in the midst of critical national protests against police...

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What Does a Black Autistic Man Look Like?

One of the most accurate metaphors I’ve used to describe my life is this: I’ve occupied several closets simultaneously. To become my most authentic self, I had to emerge from each one and reckon with the conditions that convinced me that I needed to stay inside. In some cases,...

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ASAN Calls for Justice in Marcus Abrams Case

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network calls for both justice in the Marcus Abrams case and changes in the ways autistic people and other people with disabilities are treated by police.  Recently in Minnesota, St. Paul Metro Transit police allegedly assaulted autistic teen Marcus Abrams. Abrams’ family told press that...

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ASAN Calls for Justice in Troy Canales Police Brutality Case

Last November, NYPD officers allegedly physically assaulted a black autistic teenager, throwing him face-down to the sidewalk outside his home, punching him in the face, and then taking him to the station-house to interrogate him before finally releasing him without charges. According to his attorneys, Troy Canales was stopped...

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