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She said she was kicked out of a hardware store for wearing an accessible mask.
Schools’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic shows online learning is possible — but students with disabilities still need additional support.
COVID-19 means accessibility has suddenly become everybody's priority. It should stay that way.
The company's new project aims to make speech recognition software more accessible.
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It took years to get someone to hear my pleas for safety.
People with mobility issues don't have the luxury of stepping over piles of snow, Benveet Gill says.
Her five-year-old son has spina bifida and loves buses.