NeuroClastic presented live at this year’s Autistic Pride Alliance event.
Overwhelmingly, representation about what it means to be autistic comes from white, speaking, hearing autistics from the US, UK, and Canada. All autistic people should fight to be heard until it isn’t a fight anymore, but all autistics should fight to ensure that everyone is heard.
NeuroClastic exists because it is a privilege to have a platform, and no one should be without a platform and that all intersections of autistic identity are represented, heard, and accommodated.
Here is the video our contributors have put together. Make sure you have captions on (US – English). [ Links to social media accounts of video contributors coming soon ]
Special thanks to Sumayya Hassan for doing so much work to make sure this video was ready in time, captioned, and included everyone.
And the Autistic Pride Alliance stream
Check us out, with hosts David Gray-Hammond, Jules Edwards, and Mariah Person and a special video with contributors from around the world.
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