Disability History and Advocacy

  • "Free Wheeling" - documentary about Ed Roberts, father of the independent living movement
  • "The Power of 504"- features the historic civil rights demonstration of people with disabilities in 1977, which resulted in the signing of the 504 Regulations, the first Federal Civil Rights Law protecting people with disabilities
  • "People-First Language" - a nice introduction in just 2 minutes
  • "What's Disability to Me?" - a series of videos about people with disabilities from the World Health Organization and the CDC
  • "Rolling" - behind-the-camera accounts from three Los Angeles residents who use wheelchairs
  • "Independent Living Means..." - an animated video from Greece that illustrates the difference between IL and its absence
  • "Gibson Shoots and Scores!" - one of our local heroes in Lawrence, Kansas, perseveres in the game Naismith invented

Health Care Issues for People with Disabilities

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