Rochester (N.Y.) - Special speak out issue urging people with disabilities to be vocal about the discrimination they face socially and medically. One article in particular discusses the failure of the California Department of Rehabilitation to provide adequate service to disabled people and how this is a nationwide problem.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles about claiming the heroism of the disability rights movement and recognizing some of the ordinary heroes that fight for disability rights. Also includes photos of heroes in the community.
Topeka (Kan.) - Concerning disability rights, specifically relating to de-segregation, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and accessibiltiy. Includes articles, comics, letters and other resources for people with disabilities.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles that discuss managed care, demonstrations and protests by ADAPT and other disability rights groups, long term care reform, and resources for people with disabilities.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Special green book issue that discusses the difficulties of gaining and keeping a job when disabled. Articles offer personal experience and advice. The Americans with Disabilities Act is discussed as well as Bill Clinton's stance on disability rights in his presidential campaign.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles about how people with disabilities and their allies can organize and be politically active, with snapshots of individual organizers in the disability rights movement and advice on ways to organize.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains brief blurbs about various disability rights legislations and laws in the news, articles on enforcing the ADA, and articles on workers' compensation.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Special issue focused on independent living for people with disabilities. Includes interview with disability rights activist Ed Roberts and discussions about the successes and failures of Centers for Independent Living.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles that discuss the importance of the Medicaid Community Attendant Services Act of 1997 (MI CASA), which ADAPT and other disability rights groups fought to get introduced to the House of Representatives. Some articles talk about the roadblocks that may be encountered in trying to get the bill passed.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles that discuss political activism such as a protest held outside the U.S. Supreme Court in January 1997 by the disability rights group Not Dead Yet, protests and demands for action by ADAPT, and criticism about the independent living movement moving away from the philosophy on which the movement was founded.