ADA Celebration, New Mobility StyleApr 22 10:10
Our civil rights law turns 20 this July 26 and we’re celebrating New Mobility style. What’s that mean? Well, it means we’re going to ask a whole bunch of experts to tell us how the ADA has affected them personally over the years, and the positive ways our society’s attitudes have changed toward those of us with disabilities. Also, we’ll also ask these experts for stories about how, perhaps, times haven’t been a’changin’ as much as we’d like.
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