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Social issues and Autism speaker comes to Gainesville

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One traveling speaker will be stopping by Gainesville to give his insight on social issues and Autism. James Williams is a young man living with autism. He travels the country talking about his experiences, the challenges he faces and how he copes with this diagnosis. Earlier today, Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Joanna Wise spoke with Autism Oasis Executive Director, Marie Trempe about what to expect at the presentation.

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