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A collection of personal stories about living with disability in Philadelphia

No Restraints

An Anthology of Disability Culture in Philadelphia

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edited by Gil Ott

No Restraints is the first compilation in the United States to document the contemporary struggle for disability rights from a grassroots cultural perspective. No Restraints defines culture broadly, including politics, theory, history, photo-documentation, poetry, spirituality, visual arts, cartoons, and science fiction—all created by people with disabilities. The result is a powerful primary source for an exploration of "difference," a record of provocation, and the quest for independence and integration.

Distributed by Temple University Press for the New City Community Press

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About the Author(s)

Gil Ott is the Editor and Publisher of Singing Horse Press, and is the author of twelve books of poetry and fiction. He is Director of Development for Liberty Resources.

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Disability Studies
Philadelphia Region
Biography/Memoir/Autobiography

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