Just As I Am: Americans With Disabilities
Just As I Am profiles 40 individuals with disabilities from all around the United States in words and art-quality photographs. The stories of courage, endurance, and spirit will leave readers with the undeniable message that we can create a world where millions of our friends and neighbors figuring out how to live their dreams, regardless of their struggles and challenges.
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Alabama Alice Faye Amelia Americans with Disabilities AmeriCorps Andy beautiful Betty Birmingham blind Bob Williams brother Bunni Carl Carolyn Sherer Catherine cerebral palsy chair challenge child Christina Civitan International Research Clara Daphne Daryl daughter deaf Debra developmental disabilities Disabilities Act disability rights movement Donald dreams Duane Elaine Ellen Dossett everything eyes feel friends group home hard human hurt independent injury International Research Center Jean Jeff Jodi John Judith Heumann Julie kids Kim Sullivan Kim's learned lives Look deep Marilyn MARLEE MATLIN Matthew Mike mother Multiple Sclerosis never normal opportunities parents person Peter photographs polio Prader-Willi syndrome Quentin rehabilitation Ronda says seizure Sepia sister sometimes Spina Bifida spinal spinal muscular atrophy stroke talks Taria Teresa things Tina told Tyler VATER Association walk wheelchair