Loud hands : autistic people, speaking / [ASAN, Autistic Self Advocacy Network].
Contributor(s): Loud Hands Project [issuing body.] | Autistic Self Advocacy Network [issuing body.].Publisher: Washington, DC : Autistic Press, 2012Copyright date: �2012Description: 290 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781938800023.Subject(s): AUTISM | HISTORY | PERSONAL NARRATIVES | STIGMA | SELF ADVOCACY | AUTISM AWARENESS | ANTHOLOGY
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Foreword by Julia Bascom.
Published as part of the Loud Hands Project.
Includes bibliographical references.
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.
"The Loud Hands Project, a project of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, was funded through IndieGoGo to create an anthology titled Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking. Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking is a collection of essays written by and for Autistic people. Spanning from the dawn of the Neurodiversity movement to the blog posts of today, Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking catalogues the experiences and ethos of the Autistic community and preserves both diverse personal experiences and the community’s foundational documents together side by side."
- from ASAN