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Visit the Trainings section for more information on ADA and disability related trainings, meetings, and conferences.
This blog post shares a few notable examples of Black Americans with disabilities.
This article highlights the Center for Black Deaf Studies, launched in 2020, as well as other efforts to improve diversity at the nation’s preeminent university focused on serving deaf and hard of hearing people.
This article features a Q&A with Holden Foreman, who talks about his goals to create more equity in news coverage and access to news.
The University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology added this toolkit to its resource collection on home modifications to improve access and safety for aging individuals and those with disabilities. The toolkit includes case studies, technical assistance briefs on partnerships and funding, fact sheets and videos tailored for diverse populations, and promising practices.
This article reports on an experiential documentary by Reid Davenport, now available for streaming on PBS. The filmmaker shares the perspective from his wheelchair in I Didn’t See You There.
February 15, 20232:00 – 3:00 p.m.A livable community is one that is safe and secure; it offers choices in where to live and how to get around; and it equitably serves residents of all ages, ability levels, incomes, races, ethnicities, and other backgrounds. In this webinar, a representative from AARP will discuss how communities can include essential features that allow all residents to thrive.
March 28, 2023Virtual9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.This conference will feature sessions on common issues, emerging concerns, practical solutions, and innovative programs in law enforcement and corrections.
May 21 – 24, 2023Kansas City, MOThis year’s event features an expo on inclusive recreation on May 21, followed by a comprehensive 3-day agenda of sessions on a wide range of ADA issues and related topics.