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Study, Love, Acts of Justice

by Clarissa Kripke Medical school didn’t prepare me for parenthood. It did train me to respect scientific limitations. I declined genetic screening because I didn’t want to risk my pregnancy. When I look at my son’s baby pictures, I realize … Continue reading

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Acceptance

by Matt Young The things we’re willing to accept, and the things we refuse to accept, reveal a lot about who we are, as individuals and as a culture. From a young age, our society strives to indoctrinate us to … Continue reading

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Acceptance Is Belonging

by Amy Sequenzia Autism Acceptance means more than love and understanding. It means belonging. Belonging to a family, belonging to a school, belonging to a group that shares common interests, belonging to a group of co-workers, belonging to a community, … Continue reading

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