Massachusetts - Regarding Governor Francis William Sargent's push for legislative reforms to protect the rights of people with disabilities in the state of Massachusetts. The Governor announced the appointment of Attorney Paul Jameson as chairman of a special commission on the rights of people with disabilities.
Topeka (Kan.) - Covering disability rights and advocacy. Assemblage of former issue graphics, cartoons, and comics by and for disabled persons and allies.
Topeka (Kan.) - Covering disability rights and advocacy with a theme of movement and mobility. Includes personal stories, advice, resources, and comics by and for disabled persons and allies. Articles on murder and assisted suicide of disabled persons.
Topeka (Kan.) - Covering disability rights and advocacy. Includes personal stories, advice, resources, and comics by and for disabled persons and allies. Featuring a CBC internview with John McKnight about the meaning of community, professionalism, and need. Several mentions of Terri Schiavo.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles focusing on American legislation that affects people with disabilities. Also includes articles about shock therapy, AIDS, and being grateful for the introspection that being disabled can bring and learning to love being a person with a disability.
Topeka (Kan.) - Special issue commemorating the life and work of Ed Roberts. Also covering independent living, representation in the media, and selective abortion as they pertain to disabled persons and allies.
Rochester (N.Y.) - Contains articles celebrating the sixth anniversary of the ADA and declaring it a holiday of power. Several articles suggest and highlight various power moves that people with disabilities have performed to celebrate the occasion. There is also an article about assisted suicide and one about CILs.
Topeka (Kan.) - Covering disability activism and activists, mostly related to ADAPT. Advice and resources as well as humorous articles and comics for disabeled persons and their families.