White House Call-In: Updates for Stakeholders w/Disabilities
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In accord with Disability Pride Month — a month-long celebration of all-things disability, access, and inclusion. Throughout July, OSER looks forward to joining together to discuss how the Federal Administration is delivering on the Americans with Disabilities Act's promise of equal opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency.
The White House Office of Public Engagement has announced it will host five community update calls for Americans with disabilities as part of Disability Pride Month. The next call is Thursday, July 7 at 2 p.m. ET. This call will serve as an opportunity for participants to hear directly from Administration officials on initiatives and announcements that directly impact Americans with disabilities. ASL and CART will be provided.
Per Zoom details: You're invited to join Emily Voorde, the White House liaison to Disabled Americans, for a community update call. This call is open registration, closed press, and will provide updates for the Disabled community. All are welcome!
Can't make the 7th? Here are the remaining opportunities:
- Thursday, July 7th at 2pm ET
- Thursday, July 14th at 2pm ET
- Thursday, July 21st at 2pm ET
- Thursday, July 28th at 2pm ET
Need to connect with UMBC's Disability Services?
Student Disability Services: sds.umbc.edu
Accessibility & Disability Services: accessibility.umbc.edu
Offices located on the second floor of Math Psychology Building, Reception 212
A close-up photo of the U.S. White House with bushes and a fountain in the foreground accompany this post. Credit: Suzy Brooks via unsplash.com