My Queer Disability HistoryBook - 2015
"Uncovering stories about disability history and life, OToole shares her firsthand account of some of the most dramatic events in Disability History, and gives voice to those too often yet left out. From the 504 Sit-in and the founding of the Center for Independent Living in Berkeley, to the Disability Forum at the International Woman's Conference in Beijing; through dancing, sports, queer disability organizing and being a disabled parent, OToole explores her own and the disability community's power and privilege with humor, insight and honest observations"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Fort Worth, TX : Autonomous Press, 
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: HV3013.O85 A3 2015x
Characteristics: 298 pages ; 23 cm
Uniform Title: My queer disability history
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