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7 Ways Our New Disability Accessibility Must Continue After the Pandemic

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It’s the 30th anniversary of the ADA this year and the most amazing thing has happened. After years of hearing it was too difficult and couldn’t be done, the world became much more accessible basically overnight.

The truth is the context of this dream-come-true hurts a little. It wasn’t done for us, the people who need accessibility every day.

It was done because an emergency happened and everybody else suddenly needed it too. So as amazing as all these newly accessible options are, the COVID-19 pandemic being the catalyst for accessibility feels like a slap in the face to many disabled people.

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