Monthly Archives: March 2014

Advocacy Truths and Insights from YouthACT

At a recent meeting of the Youth Action Council on Transition (YouthACT) five teams of young people, ages 12-25, and their adult partners joined forces to hear from young self-advocates who are now professionals in disability fields. Before hearing their … Continue reading

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A Collaborative Pathway to an Accessible Future

The following is a cross-post from (Work in Progress) the official blog of the U.S. Department of Labor. The blog is written by Kathy Martinez, the assistant secretary of labor for disability employment policy. Over the past few years, I’ve often used this platform to discuss accessible technology … Continue reading

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Planning for a Year of Disability Employment Action

The following is a cross-post from (Work in Progress) the official blog of the U.S. Department of Labor. The blog is written by Kathy Martinez, the assistant secretary of labor for disability employment policy.  Early on in his 2014 State of the … Continue reading

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Civil Rights in America: Opportunity for All

The following is a cross-post from The White House Blog. Last week the White House Office of Public Engagement hosted a disability issues oriented event as part of our observance of National African American History Month under this year’s theme of Civil … Continue reading

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