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Noncompliant is a podcast about neurodiversity, interviewing activists, historians, autistic self-advocates and other community advocates. Season 1 (2019) focuses on topics such as AAC; autistic culture; education/inclusion; ABA and other autism pseudoscience; and human rights. Season 2 (2020) focuses on oral histories from the autistic self-advocacy movement.

Noncompliant - the podcast Anne Borden King

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Noncompliant is a podcast about neurodiversity, interviewing activists, historians, autistic self-advocates and other community advocates. Season 1 (2019) focuses on topics such as AAC; autistic culture; education/inclusion; ABA and other autism pseudoscience; and human rights. Season 2 (2020) focuses on oral histories from the autistic self-advocacy movement.

    “Remove and normalize”: Discussing Canada’s residential institution history with Megan Linton

    “Remove and normalize”: Discussing Canada’s residential institution history with Megan Linton

    In this episode, I talk to scholar Megan Linton about the history and current status of residential institutions for autistic and neurodiverse youth in Canada. Content warning: Discussion of sexual assault, institutional abuse. Click to hear the audio below or find the podcast on  Stitcher here and  iTunes here Bio: Megan Linton is a disabled … Continue reading “Remove and normalize”: Discussing Canada’s residential institution history with Megan Linton

    Heaven and earth

    Heaven and earth

    I wrote this as I’m getting ready to start chemo. Audio file with transcript below. I can’t really imagine what heaven will be like. I did think about it when they walked me into the operating room, yeah, in Canada they just walk you right in to your surgery. There’s hot white light in there…in … Continue reading Heaven and earth

    “Everyone Can Do Something to Stop Autism Pseudoscience”: Interview with Melissa Eaton

    “Everyone Can Do Something to Stop Autism Pseudoscience”: Interview with Melissa Eaton

    In this podcast, I interviewed Melissa Eaton, one of the first (and most effective) campaigners against autism pseudoscience. We talked about phony autism cures and what we can all do to stop the people selling them. Listen to the podcast right here by clicking the audio link below. Listen to this episode on Stitcher here … Continue reading “Everyone Can Do Something to Stop Autism Pseudoscience”: Interview with Melissa Eaton

    Cancer, Care & Community in the Times of Covid

    Cancer, Care & Community in the Times of Covid

    Audio file–click Play to listen   Transcript When I was a little girl and the thunder woke me up, I’d leap and race down the hall to Mom and Dad’s room. I was still little enough, for a while, to squeeze in between them and listen to the hum of their quiet night talking, even … Continue reading Cancer, Care & Community in the Times of Covid

    How “crunchy” got crushed: An interview with naturopathic doctor Matt Brignall

    How “crunchy” got crushed: An interview with naturopathic doctor Matt Brignall

    In this episode, I talk with Matt Brignall, ND, about how the natural health movement has been co-opted over the past 3 decades by capitalist interests, as well as what we can all do to counter Covid pseudoscience and antivax.  My post below builds out from some of the podcast, focusing on science communication; Monsanto; … Continue reading How “crunchy” got crushed: An interview with naturopathic doctor Matt Brignall

    Neurodiversity & Disability Rights in Alberta: An Interview with Christopher Whelan of Neurodiversity YMM

    Neurodiversity & Disability Rights in Alberta: An Interview with Christopher Whelan of Neurodiversity YMM

    I always enjoy talking to Christopher and this was a wonderful and educational conversation. Chris and I talked about our rural upbringings and autistic relationships with natural world; what’s happening in neurodiversity communities in Alberta; school inclusion and the importance of class size; housing supports and neurodivergence; outreach to remote communities and so much more! … Continue reading Neurodiversity & Disability Rights in Alberta: An Interview with Christopher Whelan of Neurodiversity YMM

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