Last month we published the Ruderman White Paper on Voting Accessibility for People with Disabilities. I co-authored it with Norman Ornstein after an intensive period of qualitative research where we interviewed ten remarkable people who have devoted their lives, in one way or another
Haben Girma, a disability advocate and the first deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School, spoke with us via iMessage from her Berkeley, CA, office to discuss her work to change the accessibility culture of Silicon Valley, her meeting with President Obama during the 25th anniversary c
ADA compliance is not a one-time fix; it must be a continuous commitment from the top leadership to ensure that everyone who comes into a venue will be able to enjoy all aspects and programs provided at all time, without being stuck on the ground floor.
By: Shelley Richman Cohen My son Nathaniel was a person who never could take “no” for an answer. It wasn’t that he never listened or misbehaved to get his way. He just was a believer that anything in life is possible and therefore could never accept the word no. “Say [&hel
“And all the people of the world pass before Him like sheep” (from the High Holy Day prayers) Tomorrow night, Jews around the world will begin the holiday of Rosh Hashana, a holiday which ushers in a new year. Not only do we look forward to the New Year but […]