Nothing About Us, Without Us–Even If We’re the Victim Of A Purge

The recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute was a terrible setback to people with disabilities and our efforts to make sure that the disability community’s right to vote is protected. The Supreme Court’s support for the state of Ohio’s method of purging voters from …

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I Think It’s Going To Work Out Fine

  One of the best things about growing older is the sense of acceptance that you (hopefully) grow into. The concept of "don't sweat the small stuff, and it's all small stuff" makes a whole lot more sense to me in my fifties than it did in my twenties. Yes, I'm still anxious a lot …

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“Would you like a Coke with that accessibility?”

Cases before the Supreme Court often result in widespread changes to our society. Issues such as school segregation, abortion and the right to bear arms have all been the subject of famous landmark decisions. But whether the case is well known or obscure, all Supreme Court decisions have one thing in common — they started because an …

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25 Reasons To Celebrate The 25th Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act

25. Lifts on all Centro buses make it possible for passengers with disabilities to take public transit. (scroll to pages 6 and 7) 24. Closed caption glasses at Regal Cinemas allow deaf movie goers to enjoy watching movies in theaters. 23. Newly constructed buildings open to the public must be made accessible and the existing …

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