Megan Jones explains why she uses a white cane to tell people that she's deaf.
Part 2 in our look at how activists are working to remove the nursing-home stranglehold.
They're baaaccckkk ... or should we say, we're baaaccckkk? Robert Mauro ponders the freak life.
Frequent updates on the assisted-suicide and right-to-die issue and other breaking disability-rights news.
The Next Question by Richard L. McMullen.
Visions from Sutured Seams by Dan Weinrich.
A few words from the Editors.
FDR, suicide, invisible disabilities, corrections ...
Tenure battles; activists question UCPA; Gingrich.
Cartoons, with an introduction and excerpt.
You can say that again! But we wish you wouldn't ...
Cheryl Marie Wade: August 1 is gonna be rough.
Hot links to disability-rights pages and other Web sites relevant to this month's stories.
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