Article preview: “In the thirty years since the enactment of the Americans With Disabilities Act, a number of rail transit systems across the country have made strides to be more accessible to those with travel-limiting disabilities. Bus systems and paratransit, however, still have a ways to go.” Read the full article by Matt Alderton at the Washington Post.
The Great Lakes ADA Center is hosting a free webinar, “ADA Anniversary Update: 30 Years, Where Do We Go Now?” on July 14th, 2:00-3:00pm EST. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the featured speakers, Timotheus “T.J.” Gordon, Jr, Jae Jin Pak, Emily Ladau, and Maria Town. To learn more and register for this session, visit the Great Lakes ADA Center website.
One month from today, the Americans with Disabilities Act will turn 30! Oregon State University’s Office of Equal Opportunity and Access invites you to learn more about this important piece of legislation and to celebrate the history of disabled activism that brought it to fruition. On this site, you can also learn more about accessibility, access services for disabled students, and disabled community at OSU and in Corvallis.
Signed into law by then-President George H.W. Bush in 1990, the ADA turns 30 on July 26, 2020. As civil rights law, the ADA prohibits discrimination against and guarantees equal opportunity for people with disabilities in the U.S. The ADA represents years of activism and political campaigning by disabled Americans.
Visit this site through Summer 2020 and the 2020-2021 academic year to keep up-to-date on ADA30 news and events on campus and in the Corvallis community.