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People first, speaking for themselves and fighting for their civil rights


October 2, 2000 12:00 AM

by TERRY BOISOT

tboisot@silcom.com

Self-advocacy means people with developmental disabilities are speaking up for themselves or on behalf of others for their civil rights and insist they be primarily recognized for their aspirations.



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