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Mother wants her 6’2″ son with autism to be seen, included, and loved

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Graduate proud to be a person with autism

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The who, what, where, how, and why of the Facing Project

The Facing Project connects people through stories to strengthen communities. We provide tools, a platform, and inspiration so communities can share the stories of citizens through the talent of local writers, artists, and actors. What We Do Our model guides communities as they enlist a team of writers to be paired one-on-one with citizens who are […]