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Corbett O'Tool

  Corbett O’Toole, advocate, writer, filmmaker, has done a tremendous amount of thinking, writing and talking about the intersection of disability and GLBT issues. A woman with polio and member of the disability rights movement, Corbette worked at the Center for Independent Living in Berkeley and Disability Rights & Education Fund. Curator of Disabled Women on the Web, she is Director of the Disabled Woman's Alliance which focuses on advocacy for women with disabilities around the world. Corbett is the subject of oral history of the University of California Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement, a collection of primary sources exploring the social and political history of the disability movement from the 1960s to the present.

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