Guest Host: Lynn Neary

Congress passed the Americans With Disabilities Act 10 years ago this Wednesday. A panel talks about what has changed for the disabled in workplaces, schools, courts, and in American society in the past decade, and how activists are working to further expand the opportunities and rights of the disabled.

Guests

  • Rebecca Ogle executive director of the Presidential Task Force on Employment of Adults with Disabilities
  • Sue Meisinger Society for Human Resource Management
  • Dick Thornburgh former U.S. Attorney General

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