Celebrate 30 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act!
When the ADA was signed into law, it was proclaimed, “Together, we must remove the physical barriers we have created and the social barriers that we have accepted, for ours will never be a truly prosperous nation until all within it prosper.”
Thirty years later, those words remain true. The passage of the ADA calls for all Americans to commit to end discrimination against people with disabilities, and to be ever mindful that individuals with disabilities are given equal rights with us all to enjoy the privileges of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.*
*The Minnesota Council on Disability says it well. We share their sentiments and wish you a day of reflection, commitment, and celebration on July 26th that continues to inspire you throughout the year. – The ADA 30th Anniversary Planning Committee
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz proclaims Americans with Disabilities Act Day. Proclamation signed by Governor Walz and Secretary of State Steve Simon.
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