DO NOT PET #2 HOW ACTIVISTS BROUGHT DISABILITY RIGHTS TO U.S
(W) Biel, Joe (A) Oparaku, Gerta
StockID: 172136 Diamond#: JAN211434
Service dogs- wheelchair-accessible buildings- and protection against being fired due to a disability-these basic rights are all a result of the American Disabilities Act- a U.S. federal law passed in 1990. Even though 1 in 4 people in this country have a disability- it took many years of street-level activism and political advocacy to bring the ADA and its precursors into existence. The second- standalone issue of Do Not Pet is the story of that fight in graphic form- introducing the disability rights movement's boldest leaders of the 70s and 80s- as well as some of the everyday people who joined the cause and benefited from the results. It's the thrilling story of a successful struggle for basic human rights- and a powerful lesson in what we can achieve by working together.
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