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Riley J. Taylor

Riley J. TaylorKey worker and social justice activist Riley J. Taylor provides an intimate look into her work accompanying autistic youth in their school lives. Riley tells us about the effects poverty and disability have upon her students` freedom of choice and autonomy. She reminds us that the popular vegan slogan "you have a choice" does not actually always apply and emphasizes, that as mentors, we are not free from our identities and beliefs. Riley`s panel contribution is a reminder that the language we use and the dialogue strategies we apply must be audience-led, critically engaged and guiding rather than prescribing.



panel discussion:
Teaching liberation







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