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November 21, 2009


David N. Andrews M. Ed. (Distinction)

"Autistic people like any other members of an oppressed group was not born believing they had less value than other people. This had to be taught. There is nothing inherent that makes one person more worthy than another. Once someone has been taught that they are less worthy, they have not only learned to see that the world as unreasonably judgmental, but their inherent trust has been severely damaged."



It's always good to hear from you David. I hope you're doing well. :)

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