Nine women of color of various races and gender presentations, some with apparent disabilities, smiling at the camera. One has a dog, and one is wearing a shirt that says Radical Acceptance. The text says Women's History Month Community Roundtable, and the AWN logo is in the corner.

AWN Women’s History Month Community Roundtable

AWN is highlighting the voices of women of color community members, advocates, and leaders with cerebral palsy and autoimmune conditions. We present a roundtable with Sarah Rizzuto, Rahnee K. Patrick, Terri Lynne Hudson, India Harville, Zahra J. Brown, Sara M. Acevedo, Carla L. Lewis-Irizarry, DeVan L. Hankerson Madrigal, and Jen White-Johnson. 

A banner that says Black History Month Community Roundtable, and has pictures of five Black people arranged below the text, against a colorful painted abstract background.

AWN Community Black History Month Roundtable 2022

For Black History Month in 2022, AWN is highlighting the voices of Black autistic community members, advocates, and leaders within AWN and some of our partners and friends. We present a roundtable with Alex Toliver, Tony Alexander, Morénike Giwa Onaiwu, Oluwatobi Maeyen Odugunwa, and Jessica Horvath Williams. 

Mujer latina sonriendo con un vestido floral. Detrás de ella hay edificios coloridos, incluido uno con revestimiento de estaño ondulado azul brillante. Hay césped directamente detrás de ella y montañas y un cielo brillante en la distancia.

Autismo en Las Comunidades Latinoamericanas

Las personas autistas latinas/hispánicas se enfrentan a una extensa discriminación sistémica en todos los campos, incluyendo salud, empleo, y beneficios públicos; lo cual lleva a tasas mucho menores de diagnóstico de autismo, y una menor habilidad para satisfacer las necesidades de les latines* autistas

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