- Published: Thursday, 11 June 2020 10:06
- Written by CSA Admin
If you're looking to help keep curious minds occupied these days, this online scientific journal aimed at young people might be worth a visit. Recognized by the American Library Association as a Great Website for Kids, Frontiers for Young Minds is a robust collection of freely available science journals written by established scientists and involving kids themselves as "young reviewers."
In just two years, the Newfoundland and Labrador Stuttering Association (NLSA) has achieved national prominence as a valuable resource for people who stutter in eastern Canada. A recent CBC article features an interview with board member Allison O'Brien, who explains the purpose of the organization and the challenges stutterers face. Read the article here.
The CSA stands with Black and Indigenous People of Colour in solidarity against acts of racism and oppression. Our organization celebrates inclusion and is made better by the diversity of our members. We are committed to being anti-racist allies and uplifting the beautiful voices of BIPOC who may or may not stutter.
In the past few years a number of excellent documentaries about stuttering have gained notice. The latest one is L’Êloquence du bégiament (The Eloquence of Stuttering), created in partnership with the Association Parole Bégaiement (the stuttering association in France). The filmmaker, Melissa Bronsart, recently spoke to Daniele Rossi on his Stuttering is Cool podcast.
Welcome to the world of Nina G! Professional Speaker, Stand-up Comedian, Author, and person who stutters. Her infectious humour informs, entertains, and gives hope to those who stutter and insight to those who do not. “I stutter and you are just going to have to wait for all the brilliant things I have to say!”.