Esther Annenberg: Oranges
Here Etty talks about her wishes to see the world.
TranscriptIf I could walk, my mum used to say to me, 'If my Etty could walk, and she had money, you wouldn't see her, she'd be travelling all round the world', and I would, 'cos I'd love to go and see how the other half lived, and what made the world turn round, whether it was oranges or that. I'd like to find out, even now.
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The Caterpillar Contraption
Here Zara talks about the battle her mum fought to get her into a local mainstream middle school.
Here Jamie describes making a decision not to be seen as a ‘little angel’.
A Crumb of the Cake
Here Jane describes how and why oppression occurs within the world of disability.