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The Great Fight for Disability Rights Video and Resources

Thank you for your interest in the Great Fight for Disabilities Rights video produced by Storyline Motion Pictures. The video accompanies Lesson 2 of the Activist Movements since 1970 model curriculum unit.

The Activist Movements since 1970 was developed by teachers and administrators working with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE). ESE holds the copyright to these units and grants permission to use and copy these documents for non-commercial educational purposes. Some of the units contain materials which are subject to additional copyright protections. This additional copyright information will be found at the beginning of each unit.

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