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Accessible Citizenships: Disability, Nation, and the Cultural Politics of Greater Mexico
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written by Julie A. Minich, 1977- (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 241 page(s)
Accessible Citizenships examines Chicana/o cultural representations that conceptualize political community through images of disability. Working against the assumption that disability is a metaphor for social decay or political crisis, Julie Avril Minich analyzes literature, film, and visual art post-1980 in which...
written by Julie A. Minich, 1977- (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 241 page(s)
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According to a Government record, 119 persons died from January to September 2005 in accidents at the railway track from Narayanganj to Tongi. Railway Police says that middle-aged people are the worst victims of such accidents. The death rate among children is lower. They survive with major or minor injuries, sometimes losing their limbs. In the slums along the rail line running behind Karwanbazar, about 15 children and adults have been disabled by the trains. Karwanbazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. November 14, 2007. (photo)
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(2007) , 1 page(s)
Black-and-white photo of the lower body and shadow of a child, who is missing one leg and walking with crutches along a railroad track.
(2007) , 1 page(s)
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An Account of the Imprisonment and Sufferings of Robert Fuller
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written by Robert Fuller, fl. 1832 (Privately Published, 1833, originally published 1833), 30 page(s)
First-hand account by Robert Fuller of his seizure and imprisonment at the McLean Asylum for the Insane.
written by Robert Fuller, fl. 1832 (Privately Published, 1833, originally published 1833), 30 page(s)
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Accounts, Fees, and Accounting Procedure (Chapter V)
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in General Records of the Department of State (RG59). Regulations and Circulars, 1940-1946, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Regulations and Circulars, Chapter VI to Chapter XII, Civil Service Retirement and Disability System) (1946) , 154 page(s)
Chapter discussing accounting procedures for the Department of State, from 1946.
in General Records of the Department of State (RG59). Regulations and Circulars, 1940-1946, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records (Regulations and Circulars, Chapter VI to Chapter XII, Civil Service Retirement and Disability System) (1946) , 154 page(s)
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written by Royal School of the Blind, Leatherhead, in Records of Departments Responsible for Labour and Employment Matters and Related Bodies (LAB). Ministry of Labour and Successors: Disabled Persons, Registered Files (DP Series) and other records (LAB 20), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (LAB 20, 474: Royal School for the Blind, London Workshop: inspection reports) (London, England - Kew) (31 March 1952) , 3 page(s)
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Acting Blind
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(Fanlight Productions, 2006), 52 mins

Acting Blind takes audiences behind the scenes as a company of non-professional actors rehearse Dancing to Beethoven, a play about blind characters negotiating their way through the emotional and physical maze of life without sight. Most of the performers have no problem imagining themselves in these roles they a...

(Fanlight Productions, 2006), 52 mins
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Acting Normal
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directed by Greg Byers; produced by Greg Byers and Mel Stuart, 1928-2012, Sproutflix (New York, NY: Sproutflix, 2009), 36 mins
A performing arts studio for adults with developmental disabilities changes the perception of Hollywood casting agents and producers to hire these trained actors to play characters with disabilities in film and television.
directed by Greg Byers; produced by Greg Byers and Mel Stuart, 1928-2012, Sproutflix (New York, NY: Sproutflix, 2009), 36 mins
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The ADA Diaries
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written by It’s Our Story (2014), 1 page(s),
Source: www.itsourstory.com
This collection of personal testimonies, newspaper articles, and official communications played a critical role in making the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 possible. For centuries, people with disabilities lived without rights, were oppressed by social stigma, rejected by wide swaths of culture, and were...
written by It’s Our Story (2014), 1 page(s),
Source: www.itsourstory.com
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An Address Written By Mr. Clerc [Microform] : And Read By His Request At A Public Examination Of The Pupils In The Connecticut Asylum, Before The Governour And Both Houses Of The Legislature, 28Th May, 1818. , Vol. Early American Imprints. Second Series ; No. 43639.
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written by Laurent Clerc, 1785-1869 (Hartford, CT: Hudson and Co. Printers, 1818), 14 page(s)
This address, by Laurent Clerc, is about educating deaf students.
written by Laurent Clerc, 1785-1869 (Hartford, CT: Hudson and Co. Printers, 1818), 14 page(s)
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Adrienne Asch: Disability Scholar and Advocate, Professor of Bioethics
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(Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center, 2007),
Source: digitalassets.lib.berkeley.edu
Adrienne Asch, professor and director of the Center for Ethics at Yeshiva University, was interviewed for the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement oral history project to document her contributions for more than three decades as an activist and scholar. She has had an important role as advocate and ac...
(Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center, 2007),
Source: digitalassets.lib.berkeley.edu
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