29-year-old best-selling author, autism advocate and motivational speaker Jesse A. Saperstein has launched the “Free-Falling to End Bullying in 2012″ campaign as part of his zero tolerance, nationwide Anti-Bullying movement. Saperstein, who has a form of autism called Asperger’s syndrome (AS), has suffered bullying from peers starting at an early age in school. The “Free-Falling to End Bullying in 2012″ video shows Jesse jumping from an airplane 14,000 feet above the face of the earth, featuring the vocals of Grammy-winning artist Taylor Swift and her Grammy-winning song, “Mean.” It is the first video to feature an extreme sport and children with autism sharing their personal experiences.
Autistic Man, Jesse Saperstein Free Falls to End Bullying
2016-11-10T10:12:16-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, blog, General, Think Tank, Video|Tags: all disabilities, anti-bullying, Asperger Syndrome, autism acceptance, autism advocate, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, Free-Falling to End Bullying in 2012, Jesse A. Saperstein, medically complex, muscular dystrophies, rare or undiagnosed disorder, spinal muscular atrophy|0 Comments
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