Disability has often been grouped with other stigmatized categories. This brochure from the Children’s Bureau in 1932, entitled “Community Care of Dependent, Delinquent, and Handicapped Children,” depicts a woman draped in classical flowing garment holding hands with two children similarly clothed.

Disability has often been grouped with other stigmatized categories. This brochure from the Children’s Bureau in 1932, entitled “Community Care of Dependent, Delinquent, and Handicapped Children,” depicts a woman draped in classical flowing garment holding hands with two children similarly clothed.

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    Yep. Folks with learning disabilities were often put away in asylums, because they were seen as mentally ill. Others...
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    A little bit of disability history for your day.
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