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The Artistic Capabilities of People With Disabilities

Artwork by a talented group of young artists with disabilities from Washington, DC will go on display starting Thursday and running through March 20 at The Corcoran Community Gallery. Entitled "The Art of Movement," the show was... More...

Washington DC Walk Recap

More than 8,000 walkers joined together on the National Mall Saturday, November 2nd for the 13th Annual Washington, DC Walk Now for Autism Speaks.  To date, the event has raised more than $650,000 and counting in support of Autism ... More...

On the Road: OK, Sometimes Travel is Glamorous

Lorri Unumb, vice president of state government affairs for Autism Speaks, travels the country advocating for families and individuals facing the challenges of autism. This is her ongoing series "On The Road For Autism Reform."... More...

2010 National Walk Now for Autism Speaks

On Saturday morning, November 6th over 8,000 people joined together to Walk Now for Autism Speaks on the National Mall. The largest crowd ever assembled in our nation’s capital for autism walked from the Capitol Building to the Wash... More...

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