January 19, 1999 |
Who died in the Holocaust? The short, awful answer is 6 million Jews. Sid Wolinsky prefers a longer and also grim reply: Six million Jews. And, among others, nearly 300,000 people with disabilities, dubbed "lives not worth living" by a Nazi regime that despised them. Wolinsky has spent years helping disabled people shoulder their way into American life, into schools and stores, onto streets and buses.