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The Resource From the periphery : real-life stories of disability, Pia Justesen

From the periphery : real-life stories of disability, Pia Justesen

Label
From the periphery : real-life stories of disability
Title
From the periphery
Title remainder
real-life stories of disability
Statement of responsibility
Pia Justesen
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"FROM THE PERIPHERY consists of more than thirty first-person narratives by activists and everyday people who describe what it's like to be treated differently by society because of their disabilities"--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Justesen, Pia
Dewey number
305.9/08
Index
index present
LC call number
HV1568
LC item number
.J87 2020
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • People with disabilities
  • Discrimination against people with disabilities
Label
From the periphery : real-life stories of disability, Pia Justesen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The best way to cope is bing angry
  • Jacky Dorantes
  • I'm asked to fight all the time
  • Julie Schrager
  • Chapter Two: What I mean when I talk about disability.
  • We are less
  • james Charlton
  • An aspect of human variation
  • Heather Gabel
  • Chapter Three: No one see me.
  • Foreword
  • You're literally not seen
  • Susan Nussbaum
  • I feel the discrimination like the death by a thousand paper cuts
  • Alissa Chung
  • I felt like deaf people were invisible
  • Rachel Arfa
  • Chapter Four: Embracing disability.
  • I know people now who see me
  • Timotheus Gordon
  • A part of the world that we don't talk about
  • Senator Tom Harkin
  • Matt Perry
  • A liberation to become truly blind
  • Pam Berman
  • Disability as a transforming experience
  • Rene David Luna
  • Chapter Five: Alone at school.
  • You're still a person with a disability at the end of the day
  • Curtis Harris
  • You stupid nigger chink. Can I catch what you have?
  • Andre
  • Prologue
  • You know absolutely nothing about me
  • Erick Allen
  • Chapter Six: To be loved.
  • Shutting people out is what I've done
  • Candace Coleman
  • Nobody wnats me
  • Man called J
  • To consider me, even though I couldn't see
  • Sharon
  • I felt for a very long time I was a monster
  • Chapter One: I got angry.
  • Rahnee Patrick
  • Chapter Seven: There's so much dignity in work.
  • Society cannot get over the fact that I have a disability!
  • Susan Aarup
  • I don't believe in giving up
  • Allen West
  • Somebody's gonnatake one look at my white cane
  • Anonymous woman
  • I just want justice
  • Mary Rosenberg
  • I felt this rage
  • Chapter Eight: Out in public.
  • I wouldn't tell anyone
  • Fred Friedman
  • It's almost like I'm guilty until proven innocent
  • Judy
  • You don't have dwarf phobia. You're just a bigot!
  • Gary Arnold
  • Chapter Nine: Independence.
  • Just like a person
  • Michael Grice
  • Marca Bristo
  • I want to spread my wings too
  • Michelle Garcia
  • But we do not like pity!
  • Edwin, Luisa, Alfredo, Alberto, Jose, and Michelle
  • Chapter Ten: I am not inspiring.
  • I'm going to give them a show
  • Amber Smock
  • I'm just a regular person doing regualr things
  • Keianna Parker
  • His existence is not inspirational
  • I just never could get angry enough
  • Aaron and Birdy Holzmueller
  • Chapter Eleven: If nobody thinks I'm worthy, maybe I'm not.
  • You're not important enough
  • Mike Ervin
  • I'm free from that now
  • Kathiana
  • Kiel, Renee and Ken Moses
Control code
1812734
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xx, 276 pages
Isbn
9781641601580
Lccn
2019023301
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
From the periphery : real-life stories of disability, Pia Justesen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The best way to cope is bing angry
  • Jacky Dorantes
  • I'm asked to fight all the time
  • Julie Schrager
  • Chapter Two: What I mean when I talk about disability.
  • We are less
  • james Charlton
  • An aspect of human variation
  • Heather Gabel
  • Chapter Three: No one see me.
  • Foreword
  • You're literally not seen
  • Susan Nussbaum
  • I feel the discrimination like the death by a thousand paper cuts
  • Alissa Chung
  • I felt like deaf people were invisible
  • Rachel Arfa
  • Chapter Four: Embracing disability.
  • I know people now who see me
  • Timotheus Gordon
  • A part of the world that we don't talk about
  • Senator Tom Harkin
  • Matt Perry
  • A liberation to become truly blind
  • Pam Berman
  • Disability as a transforming experience
  • Rene David Luna
  • Chapter Five: Alone at school.
  • You're still a person with a disability at the end of the day
  • Curtis Harris
  • You stupid nigger chink. Can I catch what you have?
  • Andre
  • Prologue
  • You know absolutely nothing about me
  • Erick Allen
  • Chapter Six: To be loved.
  • Shutting people out is what I've done
  • Candace Coleman
  • Nobody wnats me
  • Man called J
  • To consider me, even though I couldn't see
  • Sharon
  • I felt for a very long time I was a monster
  • Chapter One: I got angry.
  • Rahnee Patrick
  • Chapter Seven: There's so much dignity in work.
  • Society cannot get over the fact that I have a disability!
  • Susan Aarup
  • I don't believe in giving up
  • Allen West
  • Somebody's gonnatake one look at my white cane
  • Anonymous woman
  • I just want justice
  • Mary Rosenberg
  • I felt this rage
  • Chapter Eight: Out in public.
  • I wouldn't tell anyone
  • Fred Friedman
  • It's almost like I'm guilty until proven innocent
  • Judy
  • You don't have dwarf phobia. You're just a bigot!
  • Gary Arnold
  • Chapter Nine: Independence.
  • Just like a person
  • Michael Grice
  • Marca Bristo
  • I want to spread my wings too
  • Michelle Garcia
  • But we do not like pity!
  • Edwin, Luisa, Alfredo, Alberto, Jose, and Michelle
  • Chapter Ten: I am not inspiring.
  • I'm going to give them a show
  • Amber Smock
  • I'm just a regular person doing regualr things
  • Keianna Parker
  • His existence is not inspirational
  • I just never could get angry enough
  • Aaron and Birdy Holzmueller
  • Chapter Eleven: If nobody thinks I'm worthy, maybe I'm not.
  • You're not important enough
  • Mike Ervin
  • I'm free from that now
  • Kathiana
  • Kiel, Renee and Ken Moses
Control code
1812734
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xx, 276 pages
Isbn
9781641601580
Lccn
2019023301
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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