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ADA 30th Anniversary – A Perspective from a Deaf Accessibility Consultant

Black and white photo - a young girl in a knitted sweater and a knitted hat smiling at camera. A tree in the background.

The Americans with the Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed on July 26, 1990 by President Bush. It has been 30 years since the landmark law was passed to protect people with disabilities in the USA. I wrote an article about the ADA 3 years ago – that I would suggest to read first before continuing on here.

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My Presentation at AngularConnect 2017

AngularConnect 2017 © Katura Jensen

I have been giving presentations around the USA for a decade. This year was my first time presenting outside of the country. I was so excited when I was invited to speak at AngularConnect in London earlier this month. While I have been to some countries in Europe in the past and I’m originally from Europe myself, I have never been to London or U.K. Even if I had already visited London in past, it was still a very special place for me to give a presentation.

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The 27th Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Svetlana in a blue dress standing between a screen with live captions and a screen with a slide showing Plato's quote.

Today is 27th anniversary of ADA – Americans with Disabilities Act. On the photo above is me giving a presentation last year about accessibility at a local event that happened to be on the anniversary of ADA. The slide on the photo says: “Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws.” It’s Plato’s quote and my favorite.

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