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written by United States. White House. Office of the Press Secretary, in White House Press Releases, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum (Ann Arbor, MI) (1976), Box 19 , 1 page(s)
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written by United States. White House. Office of the Press Secretary, in White House Press Releases, of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum (Ann Arbor, MI) (1976), Box 25 , 11 page(s)
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White Paper on Mental Illness
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in Records of the Cabinet Office (CAB). Cabinet: Memoranda (CP and C Series) (CAB129), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (CAB 129, 184: Papers 76-100) (London, England - Kew) (1975) , 145 page(s)
White paper from the Social Services Committee on government services for the mentally ill in the United Kingdom.
in Records of the Cabinet Office (CAB). Cabinet: Memoranda (CP and C Series) (CAB129), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (CAB 129, 184: Papers 76-100) (London, England - Kew) (1975) , 145 page(s)
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Why Are The Hawaiians Dying Out? Or, Elements Of Disability For Survival Among The Hawaiian People
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written by Sereno Edwards Bishop, 1827-1909 (Honolulu, HI: Honolulu Social Science Association, 1888), 24 page(s)
This speech, by S. E. Bishop, is about disabilities among the Hawaiian People and was read to the Honolulu Social Science Association, November, 1888.
written by Sereno Edwards Bishop, 1827-1909 (Honolulu, HI: Honolulu Social Science Association, 1888), 24 page(s)
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Why I Burned My Book and Other Essays on Disability
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written by Paul K. Longmore, 1946-2010 (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2003, originally published 2003), 289 page(s)
This wide-ranging book shows why Paul Longmore is one of the most respected figures in disability studies today. Understanding disability as a major variety of human experience, he urges us to establish it as a category of social, political, and historical analysis in much the same way that race, gender, and class...
written by Paul K. Longmore, 1946-2010 (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2003, originally published 2003), 289 page(s)
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Widening the Circle
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written by Mara Sapon-Shevin, fl. 2010 (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2007, originally published 2007), 269 page(s)
A passionate call for teachers and citizens to change the way we think about disabilities in our schools. Widening the Circle is a passionate, even radical argument for creating school and classroom environments where all kids, including children labeled as 'disabled' and 'special needs,' are welcome on equal term...
written by Mara Sapon-Shevin, fl. 2010 (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2007, originally published 2007), 269 page(s)
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Widening the Circle: The Power of Inclusive Classrooms
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written by Mara Sapon-Shevin, fl. 2010 (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2007), 270 page(s)
A passionate call for teachers and citizens to change the way we think about disabilities in our schoolsWidening the Circle is a passionate, even radical argument for creating school and classroom environments where all kids, including children labeled as “disabled” and “special needs,” are welcome on equa...
written by Mara Sapon-Shevin, fl. 2010 (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2007), 270 page(s)
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Willowbrook: The Last Great Disgrace
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produced by Steve Skinner, fl. 1972, Sproutflix (New York, NY: Sproutflix, 1972), 27 mins
Focusing on an institution located in Staten Island, NY, this film, with reporter, Geraldo Rivera, was one of the first exposés on local television. As a result of its airing on WABC-TV, the manner of treating people with disabilities was forever changed.
produced by Steve Skinner, fl. 1972, Sproutflix (New York, NY: Sproutflix, 1972), 27 mins
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Winston Churchill at The Invalides in Paris on May 8, 1947 : Churchill Has Received Military Medal, here Saluting Disabled Veterans (b/w photo)
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(1947) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
Black and white photograph of Winston Churchill shaking hands with a disabled veteran who is sitting in a wheelchair.
(1947) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Wireless Telegraphy (Blind Persons Facilities) Act
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in Records Created or Inherited by the Ministry of Health and Successors, Local Government Boards and Related Bodies (MH). Ministry of Health: Health Divisions: Public Health Services, Registered Files (93000 Series) and Other Records (MH55), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (MH55, 122: Blind Welfare: Wireless - Telegraphy. Blind Persons Facilities Act 1926. Circulars 764, 764A. 1925-1926) (London, England - Kew) (London, England: United Kingdom. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1926), 2 page(s)
A typed document amending the Wireless Telegraphy (Blind Persons Facilities) Act, an act that facilitates the use of the wireless telegraphy by the blind. The blind person must licensed by the Postmaster-General in order to establish, maintain, and work a wireless telegraph station for the purpose of receiving mes...
in Records Created or Inherited by the Ministry of Health and Successors, Local Government Boards and Related Bodies (MH). Ministry of Health: Health Divisions: Public Health Services, Registered Files (93000 Series) and Other Records (MH55), of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (MH55, 122: Blind Welfare: Wireless - Telegraphy. Blind Persons Facilities Act 1926. Circulars 764, 764A. 1925-1926) (London, England - Kew) (London, England: United Kingdom. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1926), 2 page(s)
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