The ADA at 29: Things That Didn’t Happen to Parks & Recreation

When the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1990, it caused a lot of concern and consternation in the ...
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Are Your Applications and Registration Forms Too Nosy?

What do the cities of DeKalb, Fallon, Isle of Palms, and Vero Beach have in common? All four cities have recently entered into settlement agreements ...
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Is Your “Smart City” REALLY Accessible?

How are your city planners working to make a "Smart City" ACCESSIBLE and INCLUSIVE of people with disabilities? Is the ...
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“Access” Documentary Filmmaker Shares Man’s “Typical Day” Wayfinding with Technology

Storyteller and filmmaker Chris Higgins has released a short documentary about accessibility. It follows Cory Joseph through a typical day, ...
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Why You Should Always Use a Microphone in Meetings

It can be frustrating when a speaker says "That's okay, I don't need a microphone, I'll just talk loud." It ...
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