~ Karen ~
The future of the ADA depends on all of us. Right now, we need our collective voices to tell more of the truth about how far we’ve come and what still needs to be done. That means we have to be able to see what the ADA has actually meant for disabled people in their complicated everyday lives. Personally, I’m weary, and I’m hopeful. It makes sense that my feelings about the 30th anniversary of the ADA are mixed; for me, the ADA has been a mixed bag.
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