From NPR: The Disability Rights Movement, 30 Years After The ADA
Source: National Public Radio: The Disability Rights Movement – 30 Years After the ADA
When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed in July of 1990, it brought a huge number of changes that would improve life significantly for millions of people.
The July 2, 2020 program, The Disability Rights Movement: 30 Years After the ADA, features three disability rights advocates: Alice Wong, activist and editor of Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century; Judy Heumann, former special advisor for the State Department under the Obama administration; and Britney Wilson, staff attorney for the National Center for Law and Economic Justice.
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