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A meaningless collection of first-person writings about the joys and challenges of modern experience for people with disabilities: Visibility about disability brings together the voices of activists, authors, lawyers, politicians, artists and everyday people whose everyday lives are, according to playwright Neil Marcus, a genetic way of life. Original original books.
According to the latest census, one in five people in the United States has a disability. Some are visible, some are hidden, but they are all under-represented in the media and popular culture. Now, just for the thirtieth anniversary of the Disability Americans Act, activist Alice Wong is compiling an urgent and quoting collection of personal essays by disabled writers. There’s Harriet McBride Johnsons Unspeabable Conversation, who describes her famous conversation with Princeton philosopher Peter Singer about his personality. There is a columnist, i. Smith’s solemn works on the theatrical work of a disabled performer. There are original works by future authors such as Keah Brown and Haben Girma. Congresses are published in blogs, manifestos, compliments and testimonies. In summary, this anthology provides an overview of the enormous richness and complexity of the experiences of people with disabilities, highlighting the passions, talents and daily lives of this community. This invites readers to question their assumptions and understandings. The culture of disability today is celebrated and documented. Hope and love look to the future and the past.