Because of the ADA . . .

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Below are thoughts on what the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) means to people. Has the ADA had an impact you?
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Because of the ADA...

very informative and to keep up with the most current equipment. I am disabled.

Bonnie Patton (1955)
Springfield, ILlinois
Because of the ADA...

I am disabled and have a son who is disabled. I love the ADA.

Joyce Marler (1961)
Illinois
Because of the ADA...

I experience a freedom that past generations didn't have. Although the ADA is only the beginning. Even the longest journey has to start somewhere.

Wendy Settles (1984)
South Roxana, IL
Because of the ADA...

I am a disabled Veteran! The ADA is excellent and I hope it continues.

Fred (1954)
Springfield, ILlinois
Because of the ADA...

ADA means to me we have rights, we have a voice, we have a right to work a job. ADA made a difference for me because I'm not ashamed of my disability and I have a voice. My disability doesn't define who I am.

Tamika Matthews (1981)
Bloomington, IL
Because of the ADA...

less barriers

freedom

pride

independence

Rickielee Benecke (1969)
Bloomington, IL
Because of the ADA...

and justice for ALL!

Chris Brown (1972)
Bloomington, IL
Because of the ADA...

Adapt or perish!

Myrna Felix (1958)
Springfield, Illinois
Because of the ADA...

people of all abilities can live with dignity.

Nancy Warner (1955)
Bloomington, IL
Because of the ADA...

I can have closed captioning on the TV! Hope to have it on movie screens in the future!

Teresita Gonzales (after 1960)
Springfield, ILlinois

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