What We Have Done

Author: Fred Pelka
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 1558499199
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Compelling first-person accounts of the struggle to secure equal rights for Americans with disabilities

Enabling Acts

Author: Lennard J. Davis
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 0807071579
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Fred Pelka, The ABCCLIO Companion to the Disability Rights Movement (Santa
Barbara, CA: ABCCLIO, 1997), 67. 10. Arlene B. Mayerson, Disability Rights and
Independent Living Movement Oral History Project (Berkeley: University of
California, 2012), http://digitalassets.lib.berkeley.edu. 11. Ibid. 12. Ibid., 105. 13.
Ibid., 106. 14. Ibid. CHAPTER 5: BANGING THE DRUM LOUDLY 1. Fred Pelka,
What We Have Done: An Oral History of the Disability Rights Movement (Amherst
: ...

Disability Rights Movement

Author: Tim McNeese
Publisher: ABDO
ISBN: 1617838861
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2. Fred Pelka. What We Have Done:An Oral History ofthe Disability Rights
Movement. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 2012. Print. 205. 3. Eunice Kennedy
Shriver. “Hope for Retarded Children.“ Saturday Evening Post 22 Sept. 1962: 72.
Saturday Evening Post. Web. 3 Apr. 2013. 4. Kim E. Nielsen. A Disability History
ofthe United States. Boston, MA: Beacon, 2012. Print. 164. CHAPTER 7.
ACTIVISTS AND SECTION 504 1. Kim E. Nielsen. A Disability History ofthe
United States. Boston ...

Disability And U S Politics Participation Policy And Controversy 2 Volumes

Author: Dana Lee Baker
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440839239
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O'Brien, Gerald V. “Eugenics, Genetics, and the Minority Group Model of
Disabilities: Implications for Social Work Advocacy.” Social Work 56, no. 4 (2011):
347–354. Ordover, Nancy. American Eugenics, Queer Anatomy, and the Science
of Nationalism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. Pelka, Fred.
What We Have Done: An Oral History of the Disability Rights Movement. Amherst:
University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. The Regents of the University of

Rethinking Disability

Author: Patrick Devlieger
Publisher: Maklu
ISBN: 9044134175
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In 2012, Robert Bogdan continued an exploration of freak shows, combining
photographs in the comprehensive Picturing Disability: Beggar, Freak, Citizen,
and Other Photographic Rhetoric (Bogdan, Elks and Noll 2012). Also in 2012,
Fred Pelka, a freelance writer, who contributed greatly to disability history at the
end of the last century with The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Disability Rights
Movement (1997), published What We Have Done: An Oral History of the
Disability Rights ...

Die Belasteten

Author: Götz Aly
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104020434
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Götz Aly bringt mit seinem neuen Buch Licht in ein düsteres Kapitel der deutschen Gesellschaftsgeschichte: Heute ist von den erwachsenen Deutschen jeder achte direkt mit einem Menschen verwandt, der den ›Euthanasie‹-Morden zum Opfer ...

A Different Blaze

Author: Fred Pelka
ISBN: 9781937146627
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A Different Blaze takes on love, the fragility of being, war, and time, sidestepping sentimentality--but not heart, mixing darkness with humor. Pelka's voice is both direct and lyrical.

Exploring The Bancroft Library

Author: Charles Faulhaber
Publisher: Univ of California Berkeley
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California is in many ways the epitome of the modern multicultural, transnational
world, with all the creativity and social turmoil that's involved. We have, for
example, the oral history of the Disability Rights and Independent Living
Movement. The movement began in the 1960s, when Berkeley was one of the
important centers for developing a national civil rights and political movement.
After the first phase of this project documented the roots of the movement at
Berkeley, it seemed clear ...