Episode 34 – Cast down your buckets – Black,Autistic & Unemployed

On this episode of Audible Autism we are excited to share with you all a talk back in October done by Odai as part of Black history month.

Within it you’ll hear him relay his experiences as a young Black man in London on the spectrum, the determination,the hard work and the many MANY adversities he’s had to deal with that have both enraged but drive him, taking an analogy from Black conservative educator Booker T Washington and applying his own take on it.

He doesn’t like tooting his own horn but those who caught it online and in person said they found the talk articulate and piercing with insight and we hope you get alot out of it.

As always we hope you find this talk insightful

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