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This satirical paper maché replica of then governor Arnold Schwarzenegger wielding an ax was made by disability anti-austerity protesters. ADAPT and other state-funded organizations opposed cuts to personal assistance services during the street performance /protest, “ArnieVille,” held in Sacramento, California (2010). Courtesy of: Dan McMillan, creator of the statue. Front cover of the Emotion Pictures Film Festival Program featuring Aimee Mullins running across a beach on prosthetic coils. Courtesy of: Emotion Pictures: Documentary and Disability, First International Festival, Athens 2007. http://www.ameamedia. gr/en/node/67. Opposite: Publicity still from Midnight Cowboy (1969): Enrico Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman) in the high-key lighting of a flash-forward sequence where he bilks disabled elderly women out of their fortunes at a Miami Beach Resort. Courtesy of: United Artists and Hellman Schlesinger Productions. Publicity still from Midnight Cowboy (1969): Joe Buck (Jon Voight) and Enrico Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman) try to keep warm in a freezing cold abandoned tenement by dancing to the advertising jingle, “Orange Juice on Ice, That’s Nice.” Courtesy of: United Artists , an entertainment service of Transamerica Corporation. Mat Fraser plays the narrator and protagonist of freak show histories in Born Freak (Paul Sapin, UK, 2004). Courtesy of http://img .asp. Pie chart showing 60.3% of those with disabilities who are out of the employment market all together in the U.S. Courtesy of: CEA calculations based on American Community Survey, 2010-2012. Nightcrawler (Alan Cumming) and Ororo Munroe/Storm (Halle Berry) team up to resist the institutionalization of mutants in X-Men II. The Art of the X2: The Collector’s Edition. New York: New Market Press, 2003: 72. Archie preparing for an awkward standoff with his mother over disability sexuality at the ocean in Catriona MacInnes’s I’m In Away From Here (Scotland, 2007). Courtesy of Catriona MacInnes, Crip cast from Ian Clark’s Outcasts contemplating what to do with the able-bodied rock singer they’ve abducted in the car’s boot (Australia, 2008). Courtesy of: Ian Clark Films. Still of Christopher Boone orchestrating a mass of mathematical detail from the dramatic production of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Marianne Elliot, National Theatre, 2012). Courtesy of the Broadway facebook page announcing the opening: a.1413191075599769.1073741828.1406251132960430/1415729722012571/?type=1&theater. Home page of the U.K. website TOFS (Tracheo-Osophageal Fistula Support). http:// Medical anatomies of esophageal atresia (five common presentations of the disorder). John Langman, M.D. Ph.D. Medical Embryology 4th edition. Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1981, 215. Screen shot of the orphanet homepage subtitled “Portal for rare diseases and orphan drugs.” Courtesy of Orphanet. 1500+ blind students and disability activists block roads and entranceways in the capital to demand equal access to quality education and employment outside of the Prime Minister’s residence in New Delhi, India, March 2, 2014.  The speaker is Avinash Sahi a blind researcher from Jawahar Nehru University. Photograph courtesy of Subhash Chandra Vashishth, Advocate of the High Court of Delhi. Screen shot from George Miller’s Lorenzo’s Oil: Despite their lack of medical and scientific knowledge, Augusto (Nick Nolte) and Michaela (Susan Sarandon) resolve to learn all they can about their son’ illness. Courtesy of Universal City Studios Inc., 1992. Deaf and blind workers strike outside of the Automatic Company in Chicago for equal pay (1903). Courtesy of ”The Chicago History Exhibit” (curated by Sharon Snyder and David Mitchell at the National Vietnam Veterans Museum, Chicago, IL, 2006). ...


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