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Light It Up Blue

As World Autism Awareness Day is coming up on April 2nd, I would like to help raise awareness by sharing my story.

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Her touching video is a reminder to us all why we Light It Up Blue every year: to celebrate our differences, to bring awareness and acceptance of all kinds of minds.

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We hope our support for Autism Awareness Month and the Light It Up Blue program on April 2, 2016 reinforces our deep appreciation and gratitude for heroism in all its forms.

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"Light It Up Blue is an opportunity not only to bring awareness in our communities by lighting it up blue but an opportunity for us to take over new media and shine a light on all of the wonderful people with autism..."

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This year is the ninth official World Autism Awareness Day, and as I watch my eldest son with severe autism rearrange his bucket of toys for the zillionth time I can assure you, I am very aware of autism. The great thing is though, the rest of the world is now too.

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It’s time! It’s time, once again, to light it up blue for autism. You will see blue porch lights and even whole buildings shining blue on April 2nd. Why?

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She can tell you about any Skylander and what game they go to and what they do.

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HHM (Hersha Hospitality Management) hotels held an internal campaign during Light it Up Blue to win the "Brightest Light" award, going to the hotel employees that raised the most awareness about autism in their community. The results are in, and The Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Westside won!

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