Roland Johnson’s Autobiography

Lost in a Desert World

After spending half his childhood in Pennhurst State School and Hospital for the Mentally Retarded, a large state institution eventually closed for notorious abuse and neglect, Roland Johnson emerged to become a captivating speaker and a respected, internationally known leader in the self-advocacy movement. The story of the path he traveled and of the people who helped him along the way is a testament to the triumph of the human spirit and the power of good will as a strategy for effecting social change.

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