All-Community Read Guide: Being Heumann and Rolling Warrior

This planning guide will support your school community as you read the memoir of Judy Heumann, one of the most influential disability rights activists in US history.
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English — US


  • English & Language Arts
  • Culture & Identity
  • Equity & Inclusion

Use this guide to  plan and engage in an All-Community Read of Judy Heumann’s memoirs Being Heumann and its young adult counterpart, Rolling Warrior

It includes activities and discussion questions designed to spark critical thinking and conversations about issues of identity, belonging, choices, and justice as you read and discuss Judy Heumann’s life as a disability rights activist.

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All-Community Read Guide: Being Heumann and Rolling Warrior

Date of Publication: November 2022

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