Tuesday, April 25, 2006

After ten years, still Not Dead Yet

Disability History Exhibit Celebrates The Tenth Anniversary of Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet is a national disability rights group that was founded on April 27th, 1996. The organization has become a recognized leader in the fight against legalization of euthanasia, assisted suicide and other forms of medical killing. It is headquartered in Forest Park, IL. Join us as we discuss and celebrate ten years of disability activism and advocacy.

Please Join in Celebrating the


Anniversary recognition remarks by Carol Gill, Chicago Center for Disability Research, followed by a "talking tour" of the NOT DEAD YET section of the Disability History Exhibit.
Moderated by David Mitchell and Sharon Snyder
Exhibit Curators: David Mitchell, Sharon Snyder, Sharon Lamp
Featuring stories and recollections by
Diane Coleman, NDY Founder and
Stephen Drake, NDY Research Analyst
Audience participation welcome!

Thursday, April 27, 2006, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum
1801 S. Indiana Ave., Chicago, IL 60616
Not Dead Yet
7521 Madison St. Forest Park, IL, 60130
[from the press release posted on DS-HUM today.--PLR]