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  1. The Art of Autism celebrates black autistic influencers (Black History Month). If you have someone you’d like to add to this post, please comment below. 1. Anita Cameron. Anita is one of the original disability rights activitists in the United States. She worked on the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

  2. Breanna Clark. Athlete Breanna Clark was diagnosed with autism at age four, but that didn’t slow her down. Breanna started competing in sports, mainly track and field, from a young age. Breanna’s mother, Rosalyn, is a former Olympic athlete. It runs in the family, literally. Since becoming a professional athlete, Clark has competed at the ...

  3. Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the United States. 1 in 44 children is on the autism spectrum, and an estimated 70,000+ adolescents with autism transition to adulthood every year. That's why we create programs and opportunities that foster positive development, personal empowerment, and independence.

  4. Black History Month 2023: The stories of 5 African-Americans on the Autism Spectrum . We celebrate the achievements of 5 African-Americans with autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) during Black History Month. Despite the fact that Autism Spectrum Disorder affects people of all races and ethnicities, African-Americans and Latinos receive ...

  5. There are many famous people with autism. They include athletes, actors, inventors, business leaders, authors and artists. There are about 180 famous autistic people I found as part of our research on Ongig’s series on neurodiversity. I felt inspired to list all these amazing people in one place! Disclaimers: This list includes famous people with Autism

  6. by Kat Harhai on February 22, 2022. Happy Black History Month! This Black History Month, we’re celebrating Black neurodivergent role models who have made, and continue to make, history. This list is adapted from our Instagram series. We wanted to make an accessible place for folks to come back to and learn more about these role models.

  7. When you think of famous Black people with autism I hope you have Armani Williams on your list. We moved to Arizona almost 4 years ago. When we moved here we were still going through the motions of getting our son evaluated. He wasn’t talking yet and at the time I thought he only had a speech delay. We found out he has autism spectrum ...

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