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Monday, July 18, 2016

Diane Coleman,"The History and Purpose of Not Dead Yet" - Answers from America's Disability Activists

From: Its Our Story Project | Jun 22, 2010

Diane Coleman of Chicago, Illinois, speaks about the euthanasia issue in the disability community, universal design, and Ed Roberts.

Diane Coleman has been disabled since birth and has used a wheelchair since the age of eleven. She has served on the boards of independent living organizations in California ,Tennessee, Illinois, and is a national organizer for ADAPT.

This is #28 out of more than 1,000 interviews that "It's Our Story" has collected in an effort to free the voices of the disability community.
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For "Not Dead Yet", visit: notdeadyet.org/
# originally posted May 2011

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