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1992

Mouth magazine vol. 3 no. 4 November/December

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.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1996

Mouth magazine the voice of disability rights vol. 7 no. 1 May/June

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.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1998

Mouth magazine voice of the disability nation vol. 9 no. 1 May/June

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.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1992

This brain has a mouth the national magazine of people with brains vol. 3 no. 2 July/August

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.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1992 Mar. 23

White Light Communications Presents Justin Dart

Burlington (Vt.) - Justin Dart speaks at a Forum for Leaders on the Americans with Disabilities Act at Sheraton Conference Center in South Burlington, VT. Dart was chair of President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.

White Light Communications Collection

1991

Callahan, Grace

Grace Callahan: interview with Karl Hamann 63

Burlington (Vt.) - Grace Callahan does healing work through singing and the power of the voice. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1990

Chamberlin, Judi, 1944-2010

Judi Chamberlin: interview with Paul Engels On the ex-patients movements 50

Burlington (Vt.) - Interview with Judi Chamberlain, founder of the Mental Patients Liberation Front and organizer of the ex-patients' and psychiatric survivors' movements. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1991

Witherspoon, Robert

Robert Witherspoon: interview with Paul Engels 61

Burlington (Vt.) - Paul Engels speaks with Robert Witherspoon about his dual diagnosis of manic depression and schizophrenia, his recovery, and work at a treatment center. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1992

Fowler, Thomas

Thomas Fowler: interview with Michael Deacon 75

Burlington (Vt.) - Thomas Fowler, a part-time employee of White Light Communications, speaks with Michael Deacon about receiving his diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia and following experiences. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection

1992

Deacon, Michael

Michael Deacon: interview with Paul Engels 88

Burlington (Vt.) - Michael Deacon, an employee of White Light Communications, discusses with Paul Engels his experience with suicidal thoughts. Part of the show Psychiatric Survivors, a show produced entirely by people who had been in psychiatric institutions.

White Light Communications Collection