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wikipedia.org Article on Amy Sequenzia

…war on non-speaking autistics. One such measure of erasure and silencing is the vandalism and deletion of articles on Wikipedia.org of non-speaking autistics who have used, learned via, or advocated…

wikipedia.org Article on Sue Rubin

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking autistics. As a result, many…

A card in a person's hand against a blue background. On the card is a poem from Lucy Blackman titled, Voice. The poem read: A triangle in a world of violins, an echo not an original chord, my voice sings for the angels.

Wikipedia.org Article on Lucy Blackman

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking autistics. As a result, many…

Image shows a surrealistic purple sunset with a silhouette of a boy jumping. Text reads: When I was small, I didn't even know that I was a kid with special needs. How did I find out? By other people telling me that I was different from everyone else, and that this was a problem. Naoki Higashida

wikipedia.org Article for Naoki Higashida

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking autistics. As a result, many…

wikipedia.org Article on Tito Mukhopadhyay

Editor’s Note: Anti-autistic Wikipedia editors have long been vandalizing and rewriting the narrative around autism and neurodiversity, with the most aggressive editing directed at non-speaking autistics. As a result, many…

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