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Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement Oral History Project
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(Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: vm136.lib.berkeley.edu
Welcome to UC Berkeley's website on the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement. Discover our rich collection of primary sources exploring the social and political history of the disability movement from the 1960s to the present. Investigate related projects on artists with disabilities and the Self-Advo...
(Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: vm136.lib.berkeley.edu
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Massachusetts Activists and Leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement: Volume I
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interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
Elmer Bartels was asked to be interviewed because of his disability rights advocacy in Massachusetts in the 1960s and 1970s, and because of his role as cofounder of the Boston Center for Independent Living in 1974. Paul J. Corcoran was asked to participate in the oral history project on independent living and d...
interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
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Massachusetts Activists and Leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement: Volume II
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interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
Charles Carr was asked to participate in this project because of his role as an early activist with the Boston Center for Independent Living, and then as the founder of the Northeast Independent Living Program in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The Northeast ILP was the first direct spin-off of BCIL, which was itself the...
interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
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Massachusetts Activists and Leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement: Volume III
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interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
Margaret ("Meg") Kocher Magnan was asked to participate in the project because of her early involvement in the Boston disability rights movement, most especially her role in founding both the Boston Self Help Center and the Massachusetts Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities. She also played an instrumental part...
interview by Fred Pelka, fl. 1986 (Berkeley, CA: Bancroft Library. Oral History Center),
Source: ark.cdlib.org
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