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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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30 Years of ADA 2020

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Born into the ADA

Learning about what went into the making of laws like the ADA is an emotional experience for a disabled student like me.

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While many prisons and jails released prisoners early at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, their population numbers have started climbing again, and there has been no concerted effort to release those in danger from the virus as a preventative measure.
While many prisons and jails released prisoners early at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, their population numbers have started climbing again, and there has been no concerted effort to release those in danger from the virus as a preventative measure.
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As a disabled autistic, I have often wondered about the conversations on inclusion, access and civil rights that still seem to be a work in progress.
As a disabled autistic, I have often wondered about the conversations on inclusion, access and civil rights that still seem to be a work in progress.
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Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
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Learning about what went into the making of laws like the ADA is an emotional experience for a disabled student like me.
featured article
Learning about what went into the making of laws like the ADA is an emotional experience for a disabled student like me.
featured article
While many prisons and jails released prisoners early at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, their population numbers have started climbing again, and there has been no concerted effort to release those in danger from the virus as a preventative measure.
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While many prisons and jails released prisoners early at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, their population numbers have started climbing again, and there has been no concerted effort to release those in danger from the virus as a preventative measure.
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As a disabled autistic, I have often wondered about the conversations on inclusion, access and civil rights that still seem to be a work in progress.
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As a disabled autistic, I have often wondered about the conversations on inclusion, access and civil rights that still seem to be a work in progress.
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Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
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Long before the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was passed in 1990, the disability rights movement was born in Berkeley.
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UC Berkeley is known as the home of the disability rights movement due to a rich history of student activism and advocacy.
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UC Berkeley is known as the home of the disability rights movement due to a rich history of student activism and advocacy.
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Torre Meeks and the Inclusive Recreation program have transitioned their services online and demonstrate the necessity of inclusive and accessible sports.
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Torre Meeks and the Inclusive Recreation program have transitioned their services online and demonstrate the necessity of inclusive and accessible sports.
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People with blindness or visual impairments often get the short end of the stick when it comes to sports, but goalball works around this issue by having people of all abilities wear blackout eye shades during competition.
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People with blindness or visual impairments often get the short end of the stick when it comes to sports, but goalball works around this issue by having people of all abilities wear blackout eye shades during competition.
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Her poetry is honest in this sense, accessing a vulnerability that clearly defines Mather as a writer who isn’t afraid to express the real, the raw and the ugly.
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Her poetry is honest in this sense, accessing a vulnerability that clearly defines Mather as a writer who isn’t afraid to express the real, the raw and the ugly.
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Aguilera finds art therapeutic, and from home, he’s still finding ways to stay involved with activities that bring him joy.
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Aguilera finds art therapeutic, and from home, he’s still finding ways to stay involved with activities that bring him joy.
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During the panel discussion, Blackwell elaborated on his transition, noting his struggles with self-esteem and realizing he had a talent that could be an inspiration to other people.
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During the panel discussion, Blackwell elaborated on his transition, noting his struggles with self-esteem and realizing he had a talent that could be an inspiration to other people.
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