“Acceptance of Neurodiversity” essay aired Feb. 8, 2024, on KQED Perspectives
I love KQED, my local (San Francisco) NPR station. I listen every day and appreciate their consistent, clear, fair coverage of issues and people.
So when I had an idea for KQED Perspectives, in which the station airs 2-minute opinion pieces by local listeners, I sent in mine, Acceptance of Neurodiversity, based on everything I've learned about neurodiversity since writing BLISS ROAD.
A producer called a few months later and I had the pleasure of recording the piece at KQED, which has a lot nicer equipment than I used when getting my broadcast journalism degree in the 1980s.
The piece aired yesterday, March 7, but you can listen any time via the above link.
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