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Kerry Magro is 'Lighting It Up Blue' in Kerry's Korner Pilot

Welcome to "Kerry's Korner" - my take on Autism Speaks' "Light It Up Blue" campaign! I'll be talking about the campaign, highlighting amazing stories and much more! For more information about me, visit my blog 'My Autism My Voice.' Please leave a comment, or reply with a video of your own! 
For the pilot video which you can find below I discuss a little bit more about myself and the importance of Lighting It Up Blue! I hope you enjoy the video and are excited for more videos to come! In the meantime if there are any stories you would like me to cover from our community please don’t hesitate to email me with your thoughts!


Join Autism Speaks in celebrating World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 and Light It Up Blue to help shine a light on autism. Whether it's your front porch or your local city hall, an office party or a banquet, the whole world is going blue to increase awareness about autism. 
Light It Up Blue, in its third year, is a unique global initiative to help raise awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. Iconic landmarks around the world will Light It Up Blue to show their support. 
Join us now and help shine a light on autism.
Kerry's Korner theme song written and produced by Kyle Cousins.
“It’s like I don’t have autism when I’m on stage”. For Kyle, being on stage unleashes his boundless creativity and allows him a place where he can totally be himself and feel free of all rules. Offstage, Music has been a great gift to his life. He has been singing since childhood and music has also became a tool to unlock vocabulary. On discovering that he could write music during high school it literally opened a new world for him. It allowed him a way to express his feelings and insights about himself and others that had not been available to him before. Kyle says that what he loves about writing music is that “there are no rules”. 

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