Monday, Autism definitely speaks on World Autism Day in Los Angeles as two major CBS facilities--one in Hollywood and one in Studio City--show support by way of sporting blue lights. The Google building in Tinseltown is also wearing blue.
But that's not all.
Later in the month, The City of Angels will be the scene of another event in which Autism Speaks is involved. It's the 10th annual Los Angeles Walk Now for Autism, which is a three-mile jaunt held April 21 to bring attention to what is said to be "the fastest growing developmental disorder in the United States."
New York City understands this too, and is participating by showing off one of the most famous edifices in the world. So, if you're in Manhattan for a visit, look up in the sky at the iconic Empire State Building since this spot where Harry and Sally finally got together is going blue.
Meanwhile, if you are an Angeleno visiting Australia, look down at the shore in Sydney as the legendary Opera House is also doused in a blue hue.
That said, if you happen to be away from Los Angeles and traveling the globe, don't let that stop you from taking part in World Autism Day. In all, some 2,000 buildings and landmarks from Hollywood to Bollywood are truly letting Autism speak by honoring World Autism Day in a very big way.