Now you know. You cannot unknow.You are part of the change that is coming. HENRY FROST APRIL 2015 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY SEMINAR "A History of Disability as Told By Personal Narratives" PROFESSOR WURZBURG Anschutz Distinguished Fellow in American Studies, I STAND WITH HENRY

I  told  Professor Wurzburg’s class in March and April  about my life and advocacy for inclusion, communication and civil rights. The class asked me questions and I answered.

On April 8 I talked to the class on Skype.

“This is good. Princeton thank you for this class. Learning about disability experience and discrimination from people who are disabled is the only real way.   I share my experience to change my reality and the reality for my neurodivergent brothers and sisters. No person should experience the abuse. All people deserve respect, inclusion and communication.   Now you know . You cannot unknow . You are part of the change that is coming.  Thank you.”

In June the students showed they are part of the change on I STAND WITH HENRY. Change is happening now.

Image of group of students and Professor standing with arms crossed looking at the camera.Text reads: "Princeton University students Stand By Henry. We are inspired by you and your family. Thanks. The Spring 2015 Student from Seminar "A History of Disability as Told By Personal Narratives" taught by Professor Wurzburg Anschutz Distinguished Fellow in American Studies."

Black and white photograph of teenage boy with white skin and dark hair. Text Reads" Henry Frost. In 2012 Henry faced disability based discrimination when he was denied entry to the middle school across the street from his home. Then 12 year old Henry started “I STAND WITH HENRY” to take action against the segregation and low expectations he encountered and to empower others to stand together and demand full access to equal education in their neighborhoods. Henry’s international social media campaign garnered tens of thousands of supporters and he was allowed entry into his neighborhood school after months of negotiation. Henry went on to excel not only in General Education but it Advanced Honors and Gifted classes.He was the 2013 Recipient of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network's Award for Service to the Self-Advocacy Movement. You can find Henry @istandwithhenry on Facebook and Twitter. "