2000, English, Book edition: Attendant in the Cowell Residence Program, wheelchair technologist, and participant/observer of Berkeley's disability community, 1967-1990s Charles A. Grimes ; an interview conducted by David Landes, 1998. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California Berkeley, [electronic resource] Charles A. Grimes 1942-

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  • 1 v. (xxi, 131 p.) : 14 sound cassettes. 1 videocassette (56 min.) :
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  • English

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Title
  • Attendant in the Cowell Residence Program, wheelchair technologist, and participant/​observer of Berkeley's disability community, 1967-1990s Charles A. Grimes ; an interview conducted by David Landes, 1998. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California Berkeley,
Also Titled
  • Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement oral history series.
Author
  • Charles A. Grimes 1942-
Other Authors
  • Landes, David.
  • Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 1 v. (xxi, 131 p.) : 14 sound cassettes. 1 videocassette (56 min.) :
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Summary
  • Early experiences with disability; attendant at Cowell Hospital Residence Program, UC Berkeley, 1967-1971, with reflections on John Hessler and Ed Roberts; the Rolling Quads; politics of 1960s, refusing draft induction; disabled students' relationship with the Dept. of Rehabilitation; mechanical problems with wheelchairs, beds, medical devices; Physically Disabled Students Program, UC Berkeley, 1971-1979: affirmative action, transportation, architectural adaptations, staff tensions; connection between civil rights and disability rights; founding of Center for Independent Living: wheelchair repair shop, computer training, relations with Office of Education; Berkeley Outreach Recreation Program; Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund's Section 504 Trainings, 1980s; reflections on disability rights movement on Berkeley campus and Bay Area; relations with campus staff and faculty, Eleanor Smith, Betty Nealy, Fred Collington; disability community leaders, Mary Lou Breslin, Susan O'Hara, Donald Lorence, Zona Roberts, others.
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  • English
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