A Variety of ADA 30 Stuff

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Anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act: July 26, 2020

From The US Census Bureau: For More Info, Go Here…

This Facts for Features provides a demographic snapshot of the U.S. population with a disability and examines various services available to them. The statistics come from various U.S. Census Bureau censuses and surveys, covering different periods of time.

ADA 30th Anniversary webinar

From Remote Counsel: For More Info and Registration, Go Here…

Jul 23, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

ADA 30 In Color

From Disability Visibility Project: For More Info, Go Here…

#ADA30InColor: a series of original essays on the past, present, and future of disability rights and justice by disabled BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) writers. Published and edited by Alice Wong, Disability Visibility Project. Project Coordinator, Andraéa LaVant. Plain language summaries, Finn Gardiner. Audio narration, Alejandra Ospina.

Ali Stroker and Maysoon Zayid Headline ADA 30th Anniversary Celebration

From ADA30 Lead On: Celebration of Disability Arts, Culture, Education & Pride: For More Info, Go Here…

As the nation ramps up to the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA30) on July 26, 2020, the 50-member ADA Lead On “Core Production Team” (in front of and behind the camera/keyboard) and 22 ADA Generation bloggers, influencers and signal boosters are focused and determined to set the record straight, flip the script on educating, entertaining and empowering people with (and without) disabilities with the creation and production of ADA30 Lead On: Celebration of Disability Arts, Culture, Education & Pride as they present this two hour, 15 minute entertaining, educational and empowering journey through the five titles of the Americans with Disabilities Act, landmark civil rights legislation on Thursday, July 23, 2020 from 7:00 – 9:15 pm ET on YouTube and Facebook Live.


From the Job Accommodation Network (JAN): For More Info, Go Here…

As one of the most significant civil rights statutes of all time, to me, the ADA embodies hope, opportunity, and…guard rails. The enactment of the employment provisions of the law, Title I of the ADA, offered individuals with disabilities hope that the future of work in America would one day include people of all abilities, skills, and talents. The law created a path, with fewer bumps and more bridges, that leads individuals with disabilities to better opportunities to gain work experience, to share their knowledge and expertise, and to contribute to the workplace in invaluable ways. Still, thirty years after enactment, the ADA is not that smooth winding road we need it to be. But, the guard rails of the law help to keep us on the right path toward equal employment opportunities for all workers.

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