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Andy Imparato
Executive Director of Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), disability rights lawyer, Baltimore resident, my tweets are my own
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Andy Imparato 9h
'Everybody feels free here': Baltimore's nightclub for disabled adults fosters love, friendship and inclusion
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Andy Imparato 9h
U.K. Austerity Has Inflicted ‘Great Misery,’ U.N. Official Says
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Kathy Keller May 22
One restaurant reviewer sees the benefits of including accessibility in his Washington Post reviews. Kudos, Tom Sietsema!
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Alice Wong 22h
A8 There is sooooo much rich wisdom and excellent ideas from disabled people that would benefit everyone. I actually believe the world would be far more inclusive, diverse, and accessible if it was run by disabled people. Just sayin' 😭
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Kathy Flaherty 22h
Replying to @DisVisibility
A7 information: basic stuff about how things work: legislative process, elections, Robert’s Rules of Order; skills - public speaking, active listening, non-defensive communication, writing; tools: social media, video
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DPI May 16
Game-changing innovations that enable inclusion - Global Accessibility Awareness Day special
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Yolanda 22h
Replying to @DisVisibility
A1.being aware of what’s going on in your community/supporting it or making changes through active participation with local government or organizations. I seriously need to get on my representatives about my neighborhoods lack of accessible cross walk buttons
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Jay Ruderman May 22
What an honor to meet ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ in Boston. They are leaders in raising awareness of and removing the stigma surrounding it.
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Jay Ruderman 23h
Great spending time with two great rights leaders and drafters of the Americans with Disabilities Act today ⁦⁩ in Boston ⁩ and ⁦.
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The Harkin Institute 23h
Senator Tom Harkin (retired) is speaking at the this evening! We are grateful for all their work to promote inclusion of people with disabilities.
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CDE What Can You Do? May 22
Meet Bob Boorstin, one of the stars of our “I Can” PSA. Bob, who works for a global consulting firm and has bi-polar disorder, shares the key factors that have ensured his career success while managing his condition.
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Jay Ruderman May 22
. received the MER Award in Inclusion from the for his advocacy for people with and sharing his own struggles with
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bryan farley May 22
had a great time on Monday hearing and others from our community Thank you for all your work everyone! ( and others!)
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Alice Wong 22h
Q3 Tell us about your own experiences with civic engagement at the local, state, or national level. If you faced barriers or challenges, please describe them and how you responded to them
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AUCD May 22
“Technology has changed so much. It just opens up so many possibilities for people with disabilities and limited mobility.”
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Julie Christensen May 22
Thanks for including me, ! There’s nothing I’d rather be doing than spending the day in dialogue with like minded folks who are committed to !
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Jenny Lay-Flurrie May 22
It’s the week for great articles on ! Posted in today in partnership with John Lewis: “From Segways to Ceefax: how inclusive design helps everyone”
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The Coelho Center May 22
Things we're looking forward to: The Invisible D Podcast on & employment. Attorney , first openly autistic person admitted to the Florida bar, along with self-advocate Jordan of will co-host.
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Andy Imparato 23h
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Andy Imparato 23h
Why High-Class People Get Away With Incompetence
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