The Church of 80% Sincerity by David Roche with Foreword by Anne Lamott The Church of 80% Sincerity shares the inspiring, poignant, wickedly funny, and sometimes heartbreaking story of motivational speaker David Roche's journey from shame to self-acceptance. In this compelling book, he shares his hard-earned lessons, providing an irresistible and unforgettable glimpse of his (and everyone's) inner beauty and offering profound encouragement in dealing with whatever life brings.
Cathay Williams (1842 – ) lived out the mantra, “I can do anything you can do better”. She was the first and only known female Buffalo Soldier. She was born into slavery and worked for the Union army during the Civil War. She posed as a man and enlisted as Williams Cathay in the 38th infantry in 1866. She was given a medical discharge in 1868.
Memorial Dedicated to FDR's Disability Will Feature Personal Tributes to People with Disabilities
NoBody's Perfect (2008) "... a documentary... Niko von Glasow's search for eleven people who, like him, were born disabled due to the side effects of the drug thalidomide... Niko discovers a range of fascinating characters... With black humour, and paying no heed to political correctness, NOBODY'S PERFECT gives a portrait of twelve extraordinary personalities who react with curiosity, enthusiasm or horror (like Niko himself) to the project." Written by MDTV