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Settlement Conference in DRA’s New York Elevators Case

This settlement conference will likely take place in Judge Hagler’s Chambers with attorneys only.  We welcome your attendance to show support inside or outside the courthouse. It will take place on December 19 before Judge Shlomo Hagler at the New York State Supreme Court, 60 Centre Street, New York, NY 10007. There is signage to […]

Curbed

A federal lawsuit accuses New York City of failing to ensure that students with diabetes can attend public school safely and with equal access to educational opportunities as their peers.

Santa Clara County Agrees to Settle Class Action Lawsuit Addressing Improved Access for Inmates with Mobility Disabilities at the Santa Clara County Jails

November 13, 2018 – San Jose, CA –The Parties to the action Cole v. County of Santa Clara, N.D. Cal No. 5:16-cv-06594 (filed Nov. 2016) have reached an agreement on a Consent Decree to address conditions for inmates with mobility disabilities within the Santa Clara County Jails (the “Jails”), including the Main Jail Complex, located in […]

Bay Area National Parks Accessibility Forum

As part of DRA’s settlement in Gray, et. al v. Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), et al., the National Park Service will be holding a public forum on the accessibility of Bay Area National Parks with the goal to learn, share and improve accessibility for everyone.  The event will include presentations from Golden Gate National […]

The Wall Street Journal

A federal lawsuit accuses New York City of failing to ensure that students with diabetes can attend public school safely and with equal access to educational opportunities as their peers.

DRA’s Anniversary and the Next 25 Years

On October 25th, 2018, we celebrated Disability Rights Advocates’ 25th anniversary at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco. Thanks to everyone who attended, sponsored, and supported. We learned how DRA has transformed the landscape for people with disabilities—creating equal access to transportation, healthcare, emergency planning, employment, technology, and so much more for people with disabilities across […]

The Associated Press

BOSTON (AP) — Hulu will make its subscription streaming service more accessible to blind and visually impaired customers.