Change is Psychological.
Change is a process of learning and unlearning.
Change starts from within.
Change doesn’t stop till it reaches the edges.
Let your message reach every corner of the world.
169211 month ago
It took me 7 years to graduate.
A part of me feels like this accomplishment is overdue. The other part understands that everything aligns itself in its due time.
Going to school full time, working in the Jane and Finch community, being an artist, the autism advocacy work ... sometimes I felt like I was carrying too much of the world on my shoulders.
But it all taught me discipline. Restraint. Work ethic. How to say ‘naw I got work to do’. This is just one of many milestones.
More is yet to come.
5901632 months ago
Thank you @cbcarts for the opportunity to share an excerpt from “OUGHTISM”. I’m thankful for all the lessons that #autism has taught me. Thank you eternally @dbiyounganitafrika for helping to develop this piece. To view the full video, click the link in the bio ❤️
252692 months ago
This Isn’t Everything You Are.
388504 months ago
Life changes when you recognize your worth.
325495 months ago
“Appreciate the Brisk Air” is a poem I wrote in high school, and yet, every time I perform it, it reveals to me a different side of healing. .
Last night, @hercreativeto held it down for me as I talked about my new journey of forgiveness. Forever grateful for you @eleanorjaneavila 💕
Jace and his family are the 6th recipient from the @oughtthebox fundraiser 💕
Thank you to the community who make this possible.
This Sunday, please join us as we celebrate people on the spectrum and their stories. To purchase tickets, view link in the bio. 📸: @ethereal.lens
19389 months ago
Autism has a really special place in my heart. Growing up, I used to tell people that my brother, who lives with autism, was deaf because I didn’t know how to explain what autism was. The fundraiser is not only an effort to raise money for families/individuals of color living with autism, it’s a chance for the public to hear speeches by people living with autism, parents and siblings. Their side of the story. This event is for all the times I didn’t know how to explain what autism was. For advance tickets, visit my bio.