AAC Posts from PrAACtical Week #24: June 2020

June 14, 2020 by - Leave your thoughts

AAC Posts from PrAACtical Week #24: June 2020
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Happy Sunday, AAC friends. It’s been a long week and we’re glad you’re here.

Monday – TELL ME About It: AAC Learning with ‘If You’re Angry & You Know It’

Tuesday – AAC Link Up

Wednesday – Video of the Week: Social Networks Inventory

Thursday – Alternative Learning Experiences in Clinical Education: An AAC Video Case Study

If you have a little time before you have to leave, take a few minutes to browse through these past posts. If you’re in a hurry, please skip down to the end.


“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” (James Baldwin)

The recent killings of George Perry Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Tony McDade are bringing increased awareness of race-based violence and systemic racism. Both must be acknowledged and dismantled. Racism, built into the very fabric of our society, dehumanizes us all and we must all work to end it. PrAACtical AAC stands against racial injustice at all levels. Caring about the lives of others is not a political act; It is the responsibility of good people everywhere. Those of us who were born to the privilege of safe neighborhoods, full bellies, decent schools, access to good housing, fair pay for our work, and relative freedom from suspicion must now step up to demolish unjust systems.

We are better than this. Let’s show the world.


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This post was written by Carole Zangari

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