Voices of Now: "How Autism Freed me to be Myself" with Rosie King

Voices of Now: "How Autism Freed me to be Myself" with Rosie King

7:30pm - 8:30pm, Wednesday 24 February 2021 | TBC


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"Voices of Now” is proudly here to disrupt your routine by taking your mind somewhere new.

Through interviews with student journalists, incredible people will share inspirational stories that challenge preconception through experiences of real life.

These conversations will take place live on Zoom. You will be able to submit questions throughout and following each interview the floor will be opened for raw and honest discussion. Life is hard right now. Let’s disrupt the routine.

About Rosie King

When she was nine years old, doctors confirmed Rosie King’s self-diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. With two younger siblings on the autistic spectrum and with additional needs, Rosie had a burning desire to help make the world a more tolerant place for autistic people ever since she was a young girl.

She found the opportunity to do so when her family was invited to do a local news segment on her mother’s children’s books, which featured Rosie’s illustrations. Her lack of inhibition made her a natural presenter, and she was asked to host BBC Newsround’s special program “My Autism and Me,” bringing her a much wider audience and an Emmy Kid’s Award. Rosie’s TED Talk, “How Autism Freed Me to be Myself” has amassed almost 3 million views worldwide. She is also a prominent contributor to the “Pablo” TV series, was once sent a typewriter for Tom Hanks, and is currently writing her first novel, after graduating with a first in Creative Writing.