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Accurate Neuro-diverse Character Representation Contributes to Social and Cultural Mindsets, Affecting All Narratives Relating to Disability

May 5, 2020
Source: Jason’s Connection

Every week check out the latest blog from Jason Harris on his website, Jason’s Connection. In 2019 Jason gave a lecture at the Dartmouth College Conference on Illustration, Comics, and Animation, where he explains why seeing people with disabilities represented in an accurate way creates more visibility and the potential for social change for the good of everyone.

About Jason
Jason Harris is a Project Coordinator and Research Associate with Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University. He holds a master’s degree in Cultural Foundations of Education and a Certificate of Advanced Disability Studies from Syracuse University. He is a person who is autistic, and his work focuses on issues related to supported decision making.

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https://www.jasonsconnection.org/blog/accurate-neuro-diverse-character-representation-contributes-to-social-and-cultural-mindsets-affecting-all-narratives-relating-to-disability/


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