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July is Disability Pride Month, which began in 1990 after the landmark passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)! Disability Pride Month provides an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions that the millions of Americans living with disabilities make to our world each day. Celebrating Disability Pride Month also includes expanding your consciousness of those living with disabilities and reflecting upon their contributions. Increased awareness invites opportunities to change how disability is perceived, end stigmas and promote expanded appreciation as a natural part of human diversity.

Disability Pride Month and the Disability Rights Movement

This selection of documentaries looks at the history of the disability rights movement as well as the activists within the movement.

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From answers to common questions to official legal documents, has everything you need to understand your rights and responsibilities under the ADA.

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RespectAbility | Resources

Free resources from the nonprofit.

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