"Many of us are
our minds or
Diane Driedger is the International Development
Officer for COPOH. She is the author of The Last Civil Rights Movement:
Disabled Peoples' International (1989) and has recently co-edited, with Susan
Gray Dueck, an international disabled women's anthology which is currently
seeking a publisher.
April D'Aubin is a Research Analyst with COPOH.
She has worked with disabled people's self-help and independent living
groups for the past seven years.
| Women from Canada, the U.S. and 15 Caribbean countries
participated in a Disabled Women in Development leadership training seminar,
- Ed Wadley, "Teach Someone to Read!" Ontario March of
Dimes Advocate, (Summer 1990), p.3.
- World Program of Action Concerning Disabled Persons,
United Nations, New York, (1983), p.3.
- "Disabled People Must Fight Barriers to Overcome Literacy
Problems" Ontario March of Dimes Advocate, (Summer 1990), p.12.
- Status of Disabled Persons Secretariat, Basic Statistical
Information on Persons With Disabilities in Canada, Government of Canada
(1990), Table 7.
- Dr. Fatima Shah, "The Blind Woman and Her Family, and
Participation in the Community (Rural)" in Diane Driedger & Susan Gray
Dueck, eds., Imprinting Our Image: An International Anthology by Women with
Disabilities (book manuscript), p.128.
- Zohra Rajah, "Thoughts on Women and Disability" Vox
Nostra, 2 (1989), p.l0
- "Literacy and Persons with Disabilities" Destination
Integration vol. 1 no. 1 (1990), p.6
- Roger J. Carver & Tanis M. Doe, "Rehabilitation Or
Oppression? Options for the Humanization of the Deaf" Canadian Journal of
the Deaf, 3 (1990), pp.91-92
- Zohra Rajah, p.l0.
Cathy McPherson, "Poverty and Disability: How to Break the
Connection" ArchType 8 (April 1989).
The New Internationalist 180 (February 1988).
Yutta Fricke, "International Year for Literacy: Education for
All?" Vox Nostra 1 (1990).
Judy Heumann, "Growing Up: Creating a Movement Together" in
Imprinting Our Image (see note 5).