Impact: Feature Issue on Self-Advocacy for People with Intellectual, Developmental, and Other Disabilities
An issue in the Impact series that looks at the Self-Advocacy Movement today, at its history and its shared history with the Civil Rights Movement, how people with disabilities are lifting their voices on topics ranging from healthcare rights amid the pandemic to continued ableism and its intersection with racism. Articles include self-advocates’ personal stories, discussions of cultural barriers and interdependence, practical tips on getting started in advocacy work and developing tomorrow’s leaders, and profiles of organizations worldwide that are making self-advocacy happen.
- Volume 33, Number 1
- Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota
- Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)