Graphic: The Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement

Disabled in Action (DIA)

Disabled in Action was founded in 1970 in New York by Judith Heumann as a grassroots, direct-action disability rights group. Oral histories with six early members document the early years of this pioneering advocacy organization.

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