S1E765Equality and Accessibility for All: What the “Americans with Disabilities Act” Means 30 Years Later
22:26 | 08.07.20 | NR | CC
In 1990, President George H.W. Bush made history by signing the Americans with Disabilities act. It was a historic first step towards bringing equality and accessibility for all Americans—but we still have a long way to go. In this episode of More in Common, we celebrate just some of the extraordinary people this legislation was designed to help. From a wounded warrior getting back on his surfboard, to a neighborhood designed to foster unlikely friendships, and a summer camp that makes every kid feel special, these stories will inspire you.