Co-moderators Jonathan Young, associate director for
disability outreach at the White House Office of Public
Liaison, and Mary Lou Breslin of the Disability Rights
and Education Fund in Berkeley.
* Diane Nash, leader of the first lunch counter sit-in,
Nashville, 1960. * Ruth Rosen, UC Davis history professor
and author of "The World Split Open: How the Modern
Women's' Movement Changed America."
Charles Cobb, organizer of Mississippi voter registration
in the 1960s.
Kitty Cone, principal organizer of a 28-day sit-in in
San Francisco by people with disabilities in 1977 for
federal accessibility regulations.
Katherine Ott, curator, Smithsonian Institution's National
Museum of American History.
Waldo Martin, UC Berkeley history professor and co-editor
of "Civil Rights in the United States: An Encyclopedia."
Paul Longmore, San Francisco State University history
professor, co-editor of "The New Disability History:
Horacio Roque Ramirez, UC Berkeley graduate student,