Kerima Çevik on Surviving Inclusion: At The Intersection of
About Kerima ÇevikLegislative advocate and a parent activist for autism and social justice. She is an independent researcher who speaks at autism and disability rights conferences and workshops. She is currently promoting the concept of Pay it Forward activism and autism community building through resource generation, crowd funding of crisis mitigation, and leveraging social media. She blogs about autism, disability rights, and life with her nonspeaking autistic son at The Autism Wars (theautismwars.blogspot.com), intersectionality at Intersected (intersectedisability.blogspot.com), social justice at Brave (overcominghate.blogspot.com) and is the founder of the Amplify Autistic Voices project at (amplifyautistics.blogspot.com).
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On Surviving Inclusion by Kerima Cevik Three
2016-11-10T10:11:27-05:00By Kerima Çevik|Categories: Advocacy, Author, Autism, blog, Neurodiversity, Parenting|Tags: ableism, advocacy, all disabilities, autism, autism acceptance, Autism Acceptance Month, autism parenting, Autism Spectrum Disorders, autistic advocates, civil rights, cross disability, disability activists, divergent, education, Intersected, labels, neurodivergent, Neurodiversity, parenting autistic children, The Autism Wars, The Reason I Blog, The Reason I Blog by Kerima Cevik|
This blog (The Autism Wars), and all the other blogs
2016-11-10T10:11:32-05:00By Kerima Çevik|Categories: Advocacy, Author, blog, General, Inclusive Education, Search Categories|Tags: ableism. segregation, all disabilities, autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, cross disability, inclusion, Intersected, intersectionality, Kerima Cevik, special needs, The Autism Wars|
Being one of the first or the only students with