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Yoo Hoo! LBJ Presidential Library…Disability Rights ARE Civil Rights

Once in awhile something wonderful makes me fall in love with the disability movement all over again. I am now heart expanded and all a flutter mushily loving our people, our leaders, our head over heels commitment to full societal … Continue reading

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Disability Grassroots Meets Times Square: Not Dead Yet/ADAPT Ad

Not Dead Yet and ADAPT are two disability rights groups that have remained true to their roots and community organizing principles. So it is with great delight and excitement that DRC posts their press release about the SUPERSCREEN ADS IN … Continue reading

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Happy 14 Birthday Olmstead… a Dream Unrealized

Langston Hughes wrote “Nothing lights a fire like a dream deferred.”  Here in disability nation we have so many dreams deferred there ought to be quite the conflagration.  The Olmstead case heads the list of dreams deferred because one cannot … Continue reading

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More Philly Pride

Tom Olin, social documentarian, has been photographing the disability rights movement since 1985. Johnny Crescendo had been the movement’s troubadour for decades both in U.S.A. and the United Kingdom. Harvey Finkle has been photographing disability rights events, both ADAPT and Disabled in Action for many years as well.  They are all great artists under-supported. Let’s see if we can change that and give our Johnny, Harvey, and Tom as well as other cultural workers in our movement the support they deserve.  Check out links for Philly Disability Pride.  

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