Don't mess with the mothers from hell

November 1998
Mothering;Nov/Dec98, Issue 91, p35
Focuses on the role played by women from the founding chapter of Mothers from Hell, an advocate for the rights of children with disabilities, in Oregon. Details on how the organization started; Goals; Contact information.


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