Salissa’s Dance – ebook

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This is a novel written and illustrated by to truly remarkable Regina Louise DeMarassé – a brilliant young student/musician/artist who developed a tumor on her spine that eliminated her sight and her mobility. Regina the advocate and artist never gave up. She led from the front – and from behind in struggles for full accessibility and equal rights – as well as her own survival escaping from a nursing home – and creating her own independent home in Connecticut.

With all these difficulties – it was a life lived to the full. Regina was a brilliant writer and speaker. She also experienced institutionalization, tragedy, personal struggles and triumphs. Her final struggle for life with dignity ended Aug. 31, 2004.

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This is a novel written and illustrated by to truly remarkable Regina Louise DeMarassé – a brilliant young student/musician/artist who developed a tumor on her spine that eliminated her sight and her mobility. Regina the advocate and artist never gave up. She led from the front – and from behind in struggles for full accessibility and equal rights – as well as her own survival escaping from a nursing home – and creating her own independent home in Connecticut.

With all these difficulties – it was a life lived to the full. Regina was a brilliant writer and speaker. She also experienced institutionalization, tragedy, personal struggles and triumphs. Her final struggle for life with dignity ended Aug. 31, 2004.

Her writing has flair, and is a beautiful journey will touch and illuminate your soul.

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