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Ontario interview participants sought re: employment experiences

Dustin Galer, a PhD student in history at the University of Toronto, is conducting research for a dissertation concerning the work and employment experiences of persons with disabilities in Toronto and rural Ontario during the rise and evolution of the disability rights movement.

As part of this research, I am looking to interview individuals with disabilities regarding their work experiences. These interviews will be a crucial component in documenting the history of disability rights in Canada and the various cultural, political, and economic changes that have affected persons with disabilities both in and outside the job market in addition to experiences
at the workplace.

If you are interested in participating in this project, or know someone who is, please call me at 416-830-0026 or email at so that I may explain the project in greater detail.

Your cooperation is both greatly valued and appreciated.

Archival Date: 
Monday, July 18, 2011
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