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Disability Awareness: Video & DVDs

This guide includes links to disability history and current information on disability. Designed for Washington State Disability History Month. The guide is a sample of the materials available. Check with the librarians for additional resources.

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Disability Historic Newsreels

These historic newsreels illustrate highlight changes in attitude regarding disabilities. 

DVDs Available from CCS Libraries

Don't Look Down on Me. YouTube

A documentary I made about my experiences in New York City as a little person. This was a part of the "Media Enabled Musketeers" Program that I was a part of through DCTV funded by the Eurasia Foundation and State Department. It was a program that took different independent filmmakers passionate about disability issues and gave them the resources to create meaningful films. Thank you so much to all those involved with the program!

SFCC DVDs

Media Enabled Musketeers

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