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Zoom Autism Magazine Issue 15 Powerful Women Cover

Issue 15: Powerful Women

Powerful Women: may we know them, raise them, and become them. This month's issue of Zoom Autism focuses on powerful autistic women and their allies, striving to make change for women, uplift each other, and amplify their voices.

Cover Story Interviews

Black and white photo of Alyssa Milano on left reading a letter and Conner Cummings in Mickey Mouse ears on right.
Alyssa Milano Speaks Out for a Better World for All Women
Julia Bascom headshot
Julia Bascom on the Amazing, Vibrant and Resilient Autistic Community
Back of Sharon daVanport's head sitting at desk at United Nations
Sharon daVanport Finds Power in Her Joy
Image of Activist Mia Ives-Rublee holding a microphone
Mia Ives-Rublee: Stop Listening to the Naysayers & Fight for What You Believe
Image of Delegate Hala Ayala smiling and laughing with Mia Ives-Rublee, Sharon daVanport and Julia Bascom
Delegate Ayala: Seeking Out and Learning from Diverse Voices
Image of Senator Tammy Duckworth speaking at Women's March surrounded by other women
Senator Duckworth: A Lifelong Mission of Supporting, Protecting and Keeping Promises

Feature Articles

Photo of Morenike Giwa Onaiwu and her children in blue and white dresses on the beach
From Feeling Powerless to Owning My Own Power
Image of Chana Bennett-Rumley on a playground holding her twins.
Advocating for Others by Advocating for Myself
Silhouette of Michelle DeVos playing guitar against an ocean sunset
Facing the Music and Changing My Life
Image of Dani Bowman, Haley Moss and Rachel Barcelona
The Three Amigas: An Unexpected Friendship

This Issue’s ‘Big’ Question

What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?

In Every Issue

Conner Cummings
Cummings and Goings: Finding Power in Who You Are
Becca Lory
Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS
Don't Get Me Down: Fighting Autistic Inertia
Starring in the Real-Life Drama as "The Good Anesthetist"
Headshot of Christa Holmans, Neurodivergent Rebel on Geek Club Books
Christa Holmans
#AskingAutistics: Have You Ever Been Accused of Acting MORE Autistic?