Today’s Solutions: June 13, 2024

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Explore nature this summer: Adventures in 8 of America's most accessible national parks

Summertime is the perfect time to hit the road and see some of the 63 magnificent national parks spread across the United States. However, these fun summer activities shouldn’t be off-limits to those with different accessibility needs—accessibility and inclusion are crucial so that all visitors Read More...

Group of people holding hand together in the park.

These postcards stand up for people with disabilities' rights

It seems it would be simple to respect and protect others' basic human rights, however, there are many situations where a lack of education breaks these vital liberties. This is why postcards covering five rights protected by the Human Rights Act are currently being circulated through England, Read More...

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How to be a better ally to people with disabilities

July is Disability Pride Month, a month to celebrate disabled people and remind everyone that being disabled isn’t a bad thing. Too often disability is met with pity, but this response is often triggered by the assumption that disability is synonymous with something negative. “This annual Read More...

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Degree Inclusive is the first deodorant designed for people with disabilities

'Inclusivity.' It’s a term that is coming up more and more frequently as humanity strives towards a more equitable playing field that addresses the historic exclusion of marginalized and minority voices and needs. On the topic of diversity, most discussion circles around race and class, Read More...

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AT&T New York calls on developers to create apps for people with disabilities

This July 26, on the 25th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, people living with disabilities in New York City will most likely have something tangible to celebrate: innovative applications created by developers at the urging of AT&T in a partnership with NYU's Assistive Read More...