Have you heard about the Communication Shutdown for Autism? It will be held on November 1, 2010, and it means no Twitter or Facebook for that day. In order to participate, you need to make a small donation to benefit autism. You can find the full details on the https://communicationshutdown.org/ Website.
After reading about the Communication Shutdown for Autism, I started thinking. How about uniting all bloggers for the same day? All bloggers, no matter what you blog about, can take November 1, 2010 to show their support of autism awareness. Each blogger will post one article about autism. It will be up to the blogger what to write about.

Did you know that 1 in every 110 children are diagnosed with autism? Even if you do not have a child with autism, chances are, you know someone that does.

If you would like to participate, please link your blog below. Then grab the button above and place it on your blog. Let’s show everyone how powerful bloggers are when we come together for a cause.

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