Renaissance Center, Michigan Landmarks To Turn Blue For Autism AwarenessWhy are the Mackinaw Bridge and Renaissance Center buildings turning blue on April 2, 2016? They will help raise awareness for autism through the Autism Speaks international campaign, “Light It Up Blue,” on World Autism Awareness Day.
Street Beat: Health Care Through The YearsBarbara Jean Patton, a member of the Detroit Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs and Dr. Monica Lee-Griffith, Director of Obstetrics at Henry Ford Health System about the annual Community Baby Shower for high risk girls.
CW50 Street Team Walks For Autism!
CW50's Guide to the 2014 Walk Now for Autism SpeaksCome out and join CW50 as we, once again, team up with our friends at Autism Speaks to Walk Now for Autism Speaks - and support autism research and awareness!
Street Beat: AutismHost Karen Carter looks at how an autism diagnosis affects families and where those families can go for some much-needed support.
Autism Speaks Photo GalleryPhotos from the Autism Speaks Walk at Meadowbrook Music Festival in Rochester.
CW50's Guide to the 2013 Walk Now For Autism SpeaksCome out and join CW50 as we, once again, team up with our friends at Autism Speaks to Walk Now for Autism Speaks – and support autism research and awareness!
Fox Theatre Hosts First Ever Autism-Friendly Sesame Street Live PerformanceAutism Speaks and Olympia Entertainment Inc. announced the Fox Theatre will present the first ever autism-friendly Sesame Street Live performance on Friday, February 8, at 7 p.m.

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