Street Beat: Walk Now For Autism Speaks

First, Scott St. Clair, the Michigan Co-Chair for “Walk Now For Autism Speaks,” talks about the organization and the upcoming walk.

Roger McPheeters and his daughter Hailey from "Walk Now For Autism Speaks" and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Roger McPheeters and his daughter Hailey from “Walk Now For Autism Speaks” and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Then, Roger McPheeters and his daughter Hailey talk about living on the autism spectrum and how they became the top fundraisers for the walk.

Shell Jones, the CEO and Founder of the Play-Play for Autistic Children, and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Shell Jones, the CEO and Founder of the Play-Play for Autistic Children, and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Next, Shell Jones, the CEO and Founder of the Play-Play for Autistic Children, discusses the need for special activities for children on the spectrum.

Tony Weston of Mentoring Youth Network, Rasheda Kamaria Williams Empowered Flower Girl, and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Tony Weston of Mentoring Youth Network, Rasheda Kamaria Williams Empowered Flower Girl, and Street Beat host Lisa Germani. (credit: Ken Bryant/CW50)

Finally, Tony Weston, Executive Director of Mentoring Youth Network, and Rasheda Williams, Chief Empowerment Officer of Empowered Flower Girl, discuss the upcoming Community Empowerment Expo and tips for children and teens to handle bullying.

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