What's Your Story?

www.MuseumofthePerson.org

What's Your Story?

Indiana Disability History Project

Tell Your Story

Indiana Disability History Project

Picturing My World

Irene and Brenda

photo of Irene and Brenda

Picturing My World

Don Robinson's Story

photo of Don and his cat

Kentucky Childhood

Granddad Stinson and Grandma Stinson

photo of Granddad Stinson and Grandma Stinson

My First Permanent

1930's Perm Machine

photo of 1930's Perm Machine

Archive for 'Website News' Category

Announcing the Indiana Disability History Project

Dec 17th, 2012 by admin | 0

The Center on Aging and Community at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community is embarking on an exciting initiative to document historical highlights of the history of disability in Indiana. Recognizing the importance of preserving and promoting public understanding of this history, the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities and Indiana Protection and Advocacy […]

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We’re Back!

Dec 17th, 2012 by admin | 0

The Museum of the Person USA website is online again. Due to technical difficulties, museumoftheperson.org was down for an extended period. We regret any inconvenience to our visitors. We’re confident the site is now in great working order. You’ll notice some improvements. For example, you can now log in with your Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo […]

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Tell Me a Story: Narratives of Homelessness

May 18th, 2009 by admin | 0

Part of the series “Streets of Bloomington 2009,” this is an hour-long audio documentary featuring narratives from four people in Bloomington, Indiana struggling with poverty and homelessness. Poverty in Bloomington has risen at an alarming rate, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The newest report claims poverty in Bloomington grew from […]

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