Africa's gospel singer Grace Jerry introduces President Obama at a YALI event and uses her voice to advocate for others with disabilities.
The Americans with Disability Act is making the world more accessible to everyone. A visitor to the United States reflects on the changes he has seen.
The Americans with Disabilities Act has made it possible for disabled individuals to work, attend school and move about in society more than ever before.
Thanks to accommodations for the disabled that were mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act people with disabilities are able to live normal lives.
People with disabilities are protected by U.S. law and are an invaluable asset in the workplace.
Education is a great equalizer: It opens opportunities for girls and boys, for disadvantaged people and especially for people who have disabilities.
The 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act provides a legal means to enforce full accessibility in the workplace. Read about one way it was recently used.
For many of Dr. Victor Pineda's audiences around the world, he is the first severely diabled person they've ever met. They still treat him like a rock star.
Refusing to allow her hearing disability to be a barrier, Leah Katz-Hernandez greets visitors and foreign leaders before they meet with President Obama.