AAA Org Should Allow Open Dialogue

    I posted the following comment: “While some of NFAR’s programs are beneficial, the language they use to describe autism encourages unjustified fear and dehumanization of autistic people. Citations and additional explanation provided upon request.” They deleted it, with no explanation or justification. Three times. And they have refused to even admit, in public, that they did so. This is clearly not the behavior of a group interested in open, honest dialogue, or apparently, any dialogue at all. Such high-handed refusal to engage with criticism is not acceptable behavior for a UCSD student organization.

    —Jesse Weinstein

          Sixth College, Class of 2012 


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