Apr 6, 2022
Full video description: https://tinyurl.com/2bckbhhj
Isabella, a Latina, non-binary feminine person with shoulder-length dark hair is wearing a sleeveless black shirt with a high neck, white jeans, and a 3-chain gold necklace. They are signing ASL in front of a white wall.
I think part of being autistic and being deaf is that there’s a recognition that you can still do great things without having to change yourself.
Overall, I think the world itself is growing, evolving, changing and becoming a better world and I think that our responsibility is to just make sure that people feel loved and feel accepted.
A teal circle animates as Isabella’s video fades away. 2 banners appear with the text, “#DeafSuccess, #AutismAcceptanceMonth.”
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