381 VHS videocassettes, one sound cassette, and transcripts of select video interviews in the collection. The collection is
the result of a three-year grant-funded collaboration between the University of San Francisco and Access Video to collect
archival documentation on disability, especially on the disability rights movement and the passage of the Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990. The collection includes original video interviews with leaders in the movement as well as documentaries, archival
film and news footage, and feature films (including silent films) that include depictions of people with disabilities. A copy
of the original grant proposal is included.
Interviewees include John Wodatch, Ralph Neas, Tom Harkin, Bob Bergdorf, Bobby Silverstein, Carolyn Ossolinik, Justin Dart,
Pat Wright, C. Boyden Gray, Dick Thornburgh, Pat Morrissey, Chai Felblum, Julia Elwood, Arlene Mayerson, Marilyn Golden, Randy
Johnson, Melissa Shulman, Senator Ted Kennedy, Diane Lipton, Jim Weisman, Mary Lou Breslin, and George Bush.
381 VHS videocassettes, 1 sound cassette. Also, transcripts for select interviews (shelved with Motion Picture notes)
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