Disability Rag Archives on CD-ROM


Complete text version on fully-searchable CD-ROM

In 1980, The Disability Rag started a revolution — connecting isolated activists nationwide in what would become a growing, passionate community. By 1985, The Rag had become, according to a front-page story in The Wall Street Journal, “one of the most important publications to come out of the disability rights movement.”

All the articles from this newsprint magazine are now collected on a fully-searchable CD-ROM — thousands of articles, letters, news stories, fiction and poetry… it’s all here. The Rag “made the disability movement move,” says Lucy Gwin, editor of Mouth.

Perfect for disability studies programs, for organizations, for schools and universities, for public libraries — or your home library.

Copyright 1980-1996
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