It is ironic that the “women’s equality emphasis” could contribute to “hitting the wall” – but not surprising. Single-focus, limited-time “diversity drives” might be well-intentioned, but are often problematic.
Did Matthew Rushin attempt suicide without concern for innocent lives? Look at the evidence the police don’t want you to see, and decide for yourself.
Osime has experienced a life of systemic occupational injustices culminating with his now-impending deportation to Jamaica. Learn more about occupational justice.
Osime was sentenced to 5 years in jail for a crime he didn’t commit. Now, Osime has been scheduled for deportation to Jamaica where he knows no one and would have nothing.
The way society regards autistics is explored through a political analogy where accommodations for autistics are based on the conservative value of assimilation instead of the progressive value of a cultural mosaic.
It is those who seize power and control via their continued privileges who often become the spokespeople of a given minority group. Call-out culture needs to be called out because it has become a tool of oppressors.
Melissa Simmonds with a powerful piece about trying to be heard as a Black, autistic woman and what to do instead of silencing her.
Grasping the unique relationship between autistic people and their genders is an essential component of understanding the autistic experience.
Being diagnosed with autism when the symptoms are not obvious enough is difficult, especially for people of color.