Treament of Disabled People in the U.S.
Michael Rembis and Audra Jennings talked about the history of the treatment of disabled people in the U.S. This interview was from the Organization of American Historians 2014 annual meeting in Atlanta.
People in this video
Audra Jennings Director Western Kentucky University->Office of Scholar Development
Michael Rembis Assistant Professor State University of New York, Buffalo->History Department
- Steve Scully Host C-SPAN
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