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The Amputee Who Marched With Martin Luther King Jr.

The Amputee Who Marched With Martin Luther King Jr.

This 31-year-old amputee walked all 54 miles of the 1965 Selma-Montgomery march on crutches, becoming a high-profile symbol of the ...
Julia Heaberlin Hides Limb Loss in Plain Sight

Julia Heaberlin Hides Limb Loss in Plain Sight

Julia Heaberlin didn't start out with an amputee protagonist at the center of "We Are All the Same in the ...

Amputee Survey Swag: No Limbits Jeans

Amputee Survey Swag: No Limbits Jeans

Complete the 2022 Amputee Community Survey and put yourself in the running for some free amputee-friendly jeans from No Limbits ...
Best Tech for Amputees at CES 2022

Best Tech for Amputees at CES 2022

The 2022 Consumer Electronics Show raised the curtain on some new amputee-related products. Here's a list of devices that landed ...
Q+A: Nike Shoe Designer Richard Ramsay Is No Dummy

Q+A: Nike Shoe Designer Richard Ramsay Is No Dummy

We called Richard Ramsay to learn about the amputee mannequins in Nike’s retail stores. As it turned out, Ramsay had ...
Marsha Danzig, 1962-2022

Marsha Danzig, 1962-2022

While Danzig will continue to nurture bodies and spirits through her books and videos, there's no replacing her presence. The ...

Amputee Veteran Finds New Career in 3D Printing

Amputee Veteran Finds New Career in 3D Printing

New Training Program Prepares Veterans, Others to Enter Advanced Manufacturing Workforce Grabianowski at the DOE Manufacturing Demonstration Facility. He is ...

President Obama Signs Veterans Access to Care Act into Law

President Obama traveled to Fort Belvoir, Virginia, on August 7, where he signed House Resolution (H.R.) 3230, titled the Veterans ...
Amputee Coalition Announces 2014-2015 Skoski Scholarship Recipient

Amputee Coalition Announces 2014-2015 Skoski Scholarship Recipient

The Amputee Coalition announced that Ashby (AJ) Henningsen, 20, of Baltimore, Maryland, is the recipient of the $1,000 Christina Skoski, ...
Implantable Sensors Improve Control for Prosthetic Limbs

Implantable Sensors Improve Control for Prosthetic Limbs

Illustration of the IMES System courtesy of The Alfred Mann Foundation. When a muscles contracts, it generates electricity. This electrical ...

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