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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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Do not discount awareness; there is something to it. Awareness lays the path to acceptance, whether or not others choose to follow that path is up to them.

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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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Angela Fazio, a senior at St. John’s University and the Light It Up Blue Co-Chair of the Kappa Delta Pi – Kappa Eta Chapter shares how St. John's helped spread autism awareness in the month of April!

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In this post, autism mom Angela Conrad talks about the autism awareness baseball game her brother, a local baseball coach, hosted in their home town in honor of her two sons on the spectrum. "Witnessing a small community coming together for autism leaves me speechless."

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This April 2nd, grassroots advocates across the country coordinated with elected leaders in Washington, DC and across the country to “Light It Up Blue” for World Autism Awareness Month.

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According to Autism Speaks, approximately one third of those with autism are considered nonverbal, including my son Finley.

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