TIME

Women of Influence

UDITH HEUMANN KNEW WHAT IT MEANT TO BE SEEN. IN 1977, after regulations for the first federal disability-rights law stalled, Heumann, an activist and wheelchair user, organized a sit-in, crowding more than 100 disabled protesters into a San Francisco federal building. “We demonstrated to the entire nation that disabled people could take control over our own lives,” she

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