The Fight for Disability Rights

Series Activism in Action: A History By Lisa A. Crayton

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Publisher Rosen Publishing Imprint Brittanica ISBN


The Fight for Disability Rights

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The fight for disability rights continues, even in the wake of successful, ongoing advocacy, activism, and legislation. This valuable resource depicts how the fight has enhanced the lives of people with disabilities, and how readers can continue the efforts. Highlights of renowned activists with historical context, current events, and teen-friendly examples will help teens channel their interests, frustrations, and curiosity into effective activism. A timeline of events with safe, easy-to-implement ideas will inspire future changemakers to team up with others and change the world.
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Instructional Nonfiction History Grades 6-8

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