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Ron Suskind to Give Special Public Lecture for Autism Awareness Month
The talk, "No Sidekick Gets Left Behind": A 20-year Journey with Autism," will be at 7pm at the Full Frame Theater in downtown Durham. It is a free event, but registration is required.
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