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Across Borders: Women With Disabilities Working Together

by Diane Driedger

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"The women with disabilities movement is at the forefront of partnership and cooperation internationally, Across Borders: Women with Disabilities Working Together portrays the multi-faceted work by women with disabilities from the developed and developing world. Through literacy and economic development projects, and community organizing, women with disabilities collaborate to improve their standard of living and create new opportunities for themselves and their communities." "Political activism combines with personal stories in these topical accounts from around the world. Across Borders illustrates how women can learn from each other and grow together - across many kinds of borders."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (more)

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"The women with disabilities movement is at the forefront of partnership and cooperation internationally, Across Borders: Women with Disabilities Working Together portrays the multi-faceted work by women with disabilities from the developed and developing world. Through literacy and economic development projects, and community organizing, women with disabilities collaborate to improve their standard of living and create new opportunities for themselves and their communities." "Political activism combines with personal stories in these topical accounts from around the world. Across Borders illustrates how women can learn from each other and grow together - across many kinds of borders."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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