All the weight of our dreams : on living racialized autism

Format: Print Book [2017]
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Summary
Delve into poetry, essays, short fiction, photography, paintings, and drawings in the first-ever anthology entirely by autistic people of color, featuring 61 writers and artists from seven countries. The work here represents the lives, politics, and artistic expressions of Black, Brown, Latinx, Indigenous, Mixed-Race, and other racialized and people of color from many autistic communities, often speaking out sharply on issues of marginality, intersectionality, and liberation.
Additional Information
Subjects Autistic people -- Social conditions.
Autistic people's writings.
Racism.
Autistic people -- Race identity.
Ethnicity.
Discrimination against people with disabilities.
Publisher Lincoln, Nebraska :[2017]
Other Titles On living racialized autism
Contributors Brown, Lydia X. Z., editor.
Ashkenazy, E., editor.
Onaiwu, MoreĢnike Giwa, editor.
Language English
Description xxxix, 500 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0997504501
9780997504507
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