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  • Addressing Difficult Aspects of US History
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    Addressing "Difficult" Aspects of U.S. History

    A panel of scholars and museum officials discussws approaches for addressing “difficult” aspects of U.S. history. They shares ideas for how to remember and learn from topics such as lynching or…

    419 views
  • Womens March to the Polls
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    Women's March on Washington

    To mark the one-year anniversary of the “Women’s March” to protest President Trump, organizers held a rally in Washington, D.C. Rallies were also held around the country to mark the date.

    4,284 views
  • State Department Marks 26th Anniversary of ADA
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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Special Advisor for International Disability Rights Judith Heumann opened the day’s briefing on the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Elizabeth Trudeau, director of the…

    298 views
  • Voting Rights and Persons with Disabilities
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    Voting Rights and Persons with Disabilities

    “More Power to More People: How the ADA and the CRPD are Expanding Political Rights” was a plenary session of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems' U.S. Election Program held…

    356 views
  • State and Business Roles in Disability Employment
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    State and Business Roles in Disability Employment

    Business leaders, disability employment experts, and governors talked about their success stories in employing people with disabilities. Governors detailed their individual state programs.…

    706 views
  • Behavioral Drug Use
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    Behavioral Drug Use

    Parents, educators and medical experts testified about psychiatric disorders such as attention deficit disorder/ attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD); the role of schools in…

    320 views
  • Special Education Funding
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    Special Education Funding

    Ms. Heumann talked about special education funding for U.S. schools. She discussed the importance of education in providing a way for special needs youth to develop life skills and provide…

    50 views
  • Mental Health Issues
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    Mental Health Issues

    Medical experts talked about a White House initiative to curb the amount of psychotropic drugs prescribed to children under six. They said that while they may help some children, drugs like…

    65 views
  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
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    Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

    Joined by Secretary Riley and several disabled persons, President Clinton signed the Individuals with Disabilities Education reauthorization act of 1997. This bill renews a law first…

    486 views
  • UN Womens Conference One Year Later
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    U.N. Women's Conference: One Year Later

    A national teleconference on women, girls and their well-being was held to explore what progress had been made in the year since the United Nations Conference on Women in Beijing. The first lady…

    102 views
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
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    Americans with Disabilities Act

    The guests discuss the ramifications of the act which will be taken up by the House tomorrow.

    1,276 views
  • Discrimination Against the Disabled
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    Discrimination Against the Disabled

    114 views
  • Disability Rights Advocates
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    Disability Rights Advocates

    Guests spoke to the attendees about the Democratic Party’s commitment better the lives of disabled people.

    28 views