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Resources on Community Integration

The following resources offer service providers, families, self-advocates, policymakers, educators, researchers, and interested others some of the most recent thinking on a range of disability-related topics, as well as reflections on the history of disability rights and advocacy movements in the U.S.

Impact Issues

The following are some of the Impact issues that are currently available. They can be found online at, and are also available in print. The first print copy of each issue is free and each additional copy is $4. To request complementary print copies contact the Publications Office at the Institute on Community Integration at 612/624-4512 or


History Resources

The following are some of the growing number of resources available across the country on the history of the disability rights, self-advocacy, independent living, and related movements.



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Retrieved from the Web site of the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota ( Citation: Gaylord, V. (Ed). (Winter/Spring 2014). Impact: Feature Issue on Stories of Advocacy, Stories of Change from People with Disabilities, Their Families, and Allies (1988-2013), 27(1). [Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration].

The PDF version of this Impact, with photos and graphics, is also online at

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