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Loud hands : autistic people, speaking / [ASAN, Autistic Self Advocacy Network].

Date
2012
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About this work

Description

Autistic people speak out because there is nothing wrong with us. We are complete, complex, human beings leading rich and meaningful existences and deserving dignity, respect, human rights, and the primary voice in the conversation about us. This anthology, and the Loud Hands Project as a whole, serves to document and explore that.

Publication/Creation

Washington, DC : The Autistic Press, 2012.

Physical description

408 pages : black and white illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm

Notes

Title from cover.
Published as part of the Loud Hands Project.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references.

Contents

Don't mourn for us / by Jim Sinclair -- Autism Network International : the development of a community and its culture / by Jim Sinclair -- Critic of the dawn / by Cal Montgomery -- The future (and the past) of autism advocacy, or, Why the ASA's magazine, The advocate, wouldn't publish this piece / by Ari Ne'eman -- Retrospective at the National Press Club / by Ari Ne'eman -- The beginning of Autistic Speaking Day / by Corina Becker -- Loud hands & loud voices / by Penni Winter -- Dear younger self / by E -- Loud hands / by April Herren -- Autistic community and culture : silent hands no more / by Elizabeth J. Grace -- Perfectly autistic, perfectly me / by Karla Fisher -- Becoming autistic, becoming disabled / by Anonymous -- Non-speaking, "low-functioning" / by Amy Sequenzia -- And straight on till morning / by Meg Evans -- The incapable man / by Bev Harp -- Just me / by Amy Sequenzia -- Quiet hands / by Julia Bascom -- They hate you, yes, you / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- I hid / by Alyssa Zisk -- Speech, without a title / by Julia Bascom -- This is why / by Julia Bascom -- Grabbers / by Julia Bascom -- Inhumane beyond all reason / by Shain Neumeier -- Why I dislike "first person" language / by Jim Sinclair -- Throw away the master's tools : liberating ourselves from the pathology paradigm / by Nick Walker -- Killing words / by Zoe Gross -- Disability catch-22s / by Zoe Gross -- Like a person / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- Why no one counts / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- Passing as ethics : a primer / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- I'm Sparticus Autisticus / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- Connecting dots / by Bev Harp -- Metaphor stole my autism / by Zoe Gross -- Why Autism Speaks hurts us / by Amy Sequenzia -- How indistinguishability got its groove back / by Amanda Forest Vivian -- Plural of medium / by Savannah Logsdon-Breakstone -- Metaphors are important / by Julia Bascom -- An ethnography of robotics / by Julia Bascom -- Socializing through silence / by Melanie Yergeau -- Are you listening? / by Bev Harp -- Advocacy : everyone can do it / by Kassiane Sibley -- Pedagogy of the confused / by Zoe Gross -- The meaning of self advocacy / by Amanda Baggs -- Autism, speech, and assistive technology / by Amanda Baggs -- Untitled / by Amanda Baggs -- Run Forest run : about movement and love / by Amanda Vivian Forest -- On being articulate / by Julia Bascom -- Loud hands : I speak with my fingers / by Amy Sequenzia -- Accepting MY normal / by Kimberly Gerry Tucker -- Autism awareness is not enough : here's how to change the world / by Steve Silberman -- To my beloved autistic community on Autism Acceptance Day 2012 / by Paula C. Durbin-Westby -- What I want to say to my fellow autistics / by Kaijaii Gomez Wick -- Moving forward : what's next for the Loud Hands Project / by Julia Bascom.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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ISBN

  • 9781938800023
  • 1938800028