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by Daniel Antonsson When it comes to looking back on the history of black people, it is important to give a nuanced picture of all that has happened up to today. You have of course the Civil Rights Act, slavery, Martin Luther King and Obama being elected to be the President of the United States of A…
5 hours ago · From The Art of Autism
By Jess I had a ladder Climbed it to the stars Looking for connections If I could see the world from here Like constellations I’ll have the images And the names I’ll understand them Sometimes I think of falling Deep down to the ocean floor Where finding your way around is different And growing fins …
12 days ago · From The Art of Autism
By Nils Skudra This weekend I had the opportunity to finish watching the second season of Love on the Spectrum, the acclaimed Netflix miniseries chronicling the dating lives of several individuals on the autism spectrum. Picking up from where the first season left off, this season explores the conti…
14.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
A Short Blurb about African American Blues and Rock n’ Roll Artists: John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry For Black History Month By Austin John Jones Running away from home from a family of sharecroppers must be a pretty traumatizing thing. Well, it was the choice John Lee Hooker made to make…
13.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By PJ “Starling” Letourneau Motherless baby Fatherless son A spark in the void Where once there was none I needed a King I needed a Queen To call off the war Inside of my being I needed a truce To this horrible war From the battles that raged Outside my front door I am weary and worn Fro…
12.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By Austin John Jones You ever had a bowl of ramen that was so good you didn’t want it to end? You ever been so happy you wanted to hold onto that feeling forever? Dopamine. The chemical in our brain that makes us feel good. That makes us feel happy. That makes us feel pleasure. It’s an a…
07.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By Hamy Downs Aged out, of a cage Aged out, in a rage Aged out, turn the page Aged out, Aged out, Aged out Aged out, on the street Aged out, in the heat Aged out, incomplete Aged out, Aged out, Aged out Aged out, feeling so meek Aged out, unable to speak Aged out, labeled a freak Aged out, Aged …
02.02.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By Ron Sandison In November, I became the first licensed Assemblies of God minister diagnosed with Autism in their hundred year history. Out of 38,000 credited ministers, I am the only one diagnosed with Autism. I speak at 25 churches a year on Autism and faith. Since 2015, I have spoken live to 250…
31.01.2024 · From The Art of Autism
by Daniel Antonsson Does it feel like your hard earned cash disappears way too fast, leaving your bank account almost empty until the next salary? There is a cure for this, but you need to start to live a life far below your means. Take it to the next level and let saving be a game. Being autistic c…
26.01.2024 · From The Art of Autism
By Frank Sterle Jr As a boy with an undiagnosed Autism Spectrum disorder, my grade 2 teacher was the first and most formidably abusive authority figure with whom I was terrifyingly trapped. I cannot recall her abuse in its entirety, but I’ll nevertheless always remember how she had the immoral audac…
24.01.2024 · From The Art of Autism