IN 2001, a team of artists, historians, and grade-school students met to create a public exhibit on the history of disability. There were historical presentations, parent discussion groups, art sessions with children, and a school forum linking children from an honors English class with children from a "varying exceptionalities" classroom. Led by renowned artist Xavier Cortada, the team created some artwork, a Web site, and a timeline of disability scrawled across the art gallery's wall. Out of this interaction also came this brief essay on what it means to be different, written as an introduction to the art exhibit.
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