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A Letter to the Authorities

By Heather Kyle I'm ADHD. I've been punished for it all my life. The school's job is to educate. When it failed to teach me, it gave up and stopped trying. I'm the one left suffering for its failings. When…
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Why Won’t You Help?

By Ken Vernon Like many adults with Inattentive type ADHD, I was diagnosed later in life, when I was 47. My life was a string of relationship failures, a mountain of debt and chaos all around me. I struggled throughout…
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Diversity Is Dead: Freestyle Thoughts on Neurodiversity, Black Life, Reconciliation and the Commodification of “Wokeness”

by Romanza McAllister, LCSW Right now, there is a fire in my belly! Yes, I’m fired up around the conversations that aim to address change. The war cry is #Blacklivesmatter diversity now! But the fire in my belly is twofold.…
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ADDA Stands Together

The ADHD community has focused and continues to focus on the needs and stories of white ADHD. This is not okay. This is systemic racism. Recognition is the essential precursor to change. Only with acceptance can we take steps to…
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