Between Myself And Them : Stories Of Life With Disability

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Adults in their 20s share their real experiences living with disability, resulting in a rich and diverse set of stories that challenge the homogeneous interpretation of a very diverse group of people who, when we group them together as "the disabled", lose their individuality.

Praise & Recognition

The combination of first person narratives and facilitated dialogue allows the reader to fully engage in each contribution. Disability & Society
Public libraries should lose no time in acquiring multiple copies of this book. CM Magazine
23 first-person gems on what it's like to cope with everything from depression to muscular dystrophy. Toronto Star

Details

Publication Date: October 18, 2005

Genre: Adult Nonfiction

Product Format: Paperback

Pages: 224

ISBN: 978-1-896764-99-3

About the Author

Carol Krause

Carol Krause has long been involved as an activist in the disability rights movement. She was Chair of Students for Barrier-Free Access at University of Toronto and has done presentations on accessibility issues at university conferences. She continues to develop her knowledge of disability issues at Osgoode Law School in Toronto.
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