This is a collection of short stories about social injustices impacting the autistic community and how Catholic Social Teaching supports a more just approach. It is written from an autistic perspective and informed by the stories of people who are actually autistic. Each story is followed by an analysis that explains the choices made, which are backed by both research and the experiences of the autistic writer and the autistic community. This collection also includes information on how justice can be attained on the individual level by allies and on the institutional level by organizations.
Dr. Daniel Brahier
First Advisor Department
Second Advisor Department
Schneider, Rebecca, "Social Justice: A Catholic Autistic Perspective" (2020). Honors Projects. 495.
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