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What Are Talking Books and Who Do They Benefit?

Talking Books, delivered by the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled at the Library of...

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There have always been vocal members and advocates of underrepresented groups who have worked to raise awareness...
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Borrowers with disabilities are protected from lending discrimination by the federal Fair Housing Act of 1968,...
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In 2020, the Americans with Disabilities Act celebrated its 30th anniversary. In the past three decades, the...
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Deadlines are crucial to keeping projects on track, and accessibility efforts are no different. It can be tempting...
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For many people, cosmetics and fashion offer a form of self-expression. Unfortunately, these industries largely...
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As an accessibility professional who cares about accessibility and digital inclusion, it can be tempting to aim...
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We have come a long way toward workplace inclusion, but we still have further to go. Earlier this year, the Bureau...
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Online purchasing was already becoming the preferred method of shopping for many Americans, and the lockdowns of...
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Identity-first language should be a linguistic staple of anyone who interacts with the disability community....
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Do All Deaf People Use Sign Language?

When you encounter someone who is deaf or hard-of-hearing, your first instinct may be to use your hands to communicate. Maybe you’re fluent in...

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One in four U.S. adults – or 61 million Americans – has a disability. Each one of those is a potential employee,...
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In the past few years, autism has been in the media more than it ever has before. This is a very positive change —...
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A few decades ago, people who were diagnosed with a disability were pigeonholed into a category and often set on a...
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The term crip time is used by some disability theorists and advocates to describe disabled individuals’ unique...
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A while after I wrote my article about autism and masking, I was asked to pen the sequel you’re reading. It's...
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During the course of our lives, we all encounter challenges and hardships, sometimes severe. People with...
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One in four American adults lives with a disability. People with disabilities constitute the largest minority...
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All organizations face financial resource pressures at different times. Today’s challenges in particular make it...
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In 2021 it is estimated that over 61 million Americans live with a disability. As the country continues to improve...
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