In what we have done an oral history of the disability rights movement fred pelka takes that slogan at face value he presents the voices of disability rights activists who in the period from 1950 to 1990 transformed how society views people with disabilities and recounts how the various streams of the movement came together to push . What we have done an oral history of the disability rights movement by pelka fred university of massachusetts press amherst and boston 2012 592 pp gbp2595 soft coverisbn 978 1558499195. This book makes a unique and important contribution to the field of disability movement history featuring the words of both activist foot soldiers and movement leaders what we have done documents how people with diverse disabilities fought against prejudice and discrimination and won landmark political and legal victories equivalent to those of the african american and other civil rights . Download citation what we have done an oral history of the disability rights movement nothing about us without us has been a core principle of american disability rights activists for more . Start by marking what we have done an oral history of the disability rights movement as want to read collection of interviews but no clear themes or elegant structure the book collects interviews from major figures in the disability rights movements but it does not discuss themes or trends in a way that yields many deep insights
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