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1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 4 November/December

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special comedy issue that satirizes professionals as if they were people with disabilities, with articles reflecting the type of language health professionals use towards people with disabilities.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1993

Mouth magazine the voice of disability rights vol. 4 no. 4 November/December

Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles that satirize health professionals, including a series of letters regarding the use of raw peanut butter and hot dogs in facilities such as state developmental disability centers, psychiatric hospitals, and senior citizen centers. Another article crticizes Jerry Lewis and the MDA Telethon he hosted.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1990

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 1 no. 3 September/October

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special edition containing articles on rehabilitation, personal stories, advice, and resources for survivors and families of survivors of brain injury. Writers discuss the value of using real names instead of pen names.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 1 May/June

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special professional issue that includes articles from professionals about rehabilitation centers and working with brain injured individuals. Also contains personal stories, advice, and resources for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 2 July/August

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue focusing on identity issues within the community such as activists, political mothers, and those struggling to reconnect with their identity post-brain injury. Also contains personal stories and resources for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 1 no. 6 March/April

Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles featuring personal stories, resources, rehabilitation, and advice for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1991

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 1 no. 5 January/February

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue that contains articles dealing with the anger survivors feel towards professionals and how to channel that anger into writing letters to political representatives, professional organizations, and others. Also contains personal stories and advice for survivors and families of survivors of brain injuries.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1992

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 3 no. 1 May/June

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue about gratitude and ingratitude towards human service and health care professionals. Articles are written by those who have been in rehabilitation facilities and human service workers. There is mention of the United States vs. New Medico, Inc.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1994

Mouth magazine the voice of disability rights vol. 5 no. 3 September/October

Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles about getting wise to the way the health care system and medical professionals and how they disrespect people with disabilities and their rights. Articles include personal stories about dealing with Social Security Disability, dealing with individual education plans for children with disabilities, and an article from a former rehab professional about the rehabilitation indus... more

Lucy Gwin Papers

1992

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 2 no. 5 January/February

Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue that discusses how people are locked up for the crime of being disabled. Articles from former health professionals and survivors detail the humiliation and desperation of those who are instituionalized for being disabled. Also discusses activism and ways to fight against forced institutionalization and make the public aware.

Lucy Gwin Papers