The Americans With Disabilities Act 25 Years Later: Successes And What’s Left To Do
Monday, July 27
Twenty-five years ago this week, the first President Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act which attempted to level the playing field and eliminate discrimination for those living with disabilities. The ADA has certainly had a positive impact in that direction but industry experts say there is still a lot left to do. We take stock of the disabilities act and its impact on people who live here and our accessibility quotient.
Brandon Matthews - Director of Recruitment for Advocations, a staffing company for people with disabilities
Lindsey Haaser - Founder and CEO of Advocations
Corye Dunn - Director of Public Policy for Disability Rights of NC
Terry Bradley - Community Relations Manager/ ADA Coordinator with the City of C