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The Unacceptable Truth About America’s Modern Sheltered Workshops

The only place where it’s legal to pay a person sub-minimum wage

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This past weekend I participated in another month of an intense developmental disability advocacy course called Partners in Policymaking. For eight months we meet one weekend a month and in two days we have sixteen hours of training. It’s a…

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Not Weird Just Autistic

Not Weird Just Autistic

J.R.Reed is a late-diagnosed autism self-advocate who writes, speaks, podcasts, and livestreams. He’s also an Autistic Life Coach. www.notweirdjustautistic.com

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