A Note On Charles Kinsey From A Sibling Of A Person With Autism
Gregory Uzelac

Thank you for this.

My mind is opened a little bit more.

I understand the need to protect a loved one. My son has epilepsy and when he seizes, my world shrinks.

I will never experience, firsthand, the need to balance consideration of my skin color while helping him.

I cant change this awful truth.

I hear YOU though.


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