Year Sixteen, Edition 3091
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"They learn to overcome their
--Melody Stein, who with her husband Russ, owns and operates
Mozzeria, a San Francisco restaurant. The Steins and most of the staff are
deaf, and say many hearing customers are often awkward at first (First
1. Deaf Business Owners Must Overcome
Prejudice And Stereotypes (San Francisco, California, USA)
'Fines' Himself For Parking In Accessible Space (Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
3. Inquest Determines Institution Resident's 'Punishment' Shower
Death Was A Homicide (Centralia, Illinois, USA)
4. Employment Survey
Helps States Improve Opportunities For People With Disabilities (Lawrence,
5. Editorial: City Should Replant Trees After Repairing
Sidewalks (Los Angeles, California, USA)
6. Stacie Lewis: How 'Pay To
Stay' Housing Will Penalize Disabled People Like My Daughter (London,
7. 10 Unsettling Mysteries From Asylums And Institutions
(London, England, UK)
8. From the IDE Archives -- November 17,
Man Tells All About Lobotomy He Received As A Child (New York,
New York, USA)
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