Instead of thinking with a "medical model of disability"
or a "social model of disability",
we talk about our NEUROETHNICITY.
We can discuss physical issues we have to manage,
without ignoring the very real social issues we also face.
Imagine we remove stigma from neuroethnic identities
while honoring our uniqueness, struggles, and gifts.
We distance discourse from diatribes, toward dialogs.
We begin to have vibrant human conversations, bold and brave.
Jane Chin ?