Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is marking the anniversary of one of the most significant Civil Rights legislations of our time – the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which established the right for people with disabilities to participate fully in civic life.
The New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) is facilitating a month of fully online programming in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the passage and signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
According to the National Athletic Trainers Association, every year, about 3.5 million athletes in the United States suffer from sports injuries.
New York Attorney General Letitia James released the following statement in honor of Veterans Day:
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Commissioner Victor Calise today announced that the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities innovative employment program, NYC: ATWORK, has received the Zero Project Award for 2021.
With the holiday season upon us, it is easy to hold a gathering where all guests — with and without disabilities — feel welcomed, respected and have fun.
The Senate Democratic Majority will pass legislation today that will protect the rights and improve the lives of older New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
Harlem World Magazine works with some of the best Nonprofits and foundations in and outside of Harlem, so we know that Nonprofits and foundations are full of good work and good will.
Playing two roles in Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Us, Lupita Nyong’o used disability to create the “creepy voice” for Adelaide Wilson’s doppelgänger.
The de Blasio Administration joined Citi Community Development and the National Disability Institute today to announce the launch of Empowered Cities, a national initiative that encourages municipalities to expand financial empowerment and economic inclusion to people living with disabilities and their families.
By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Our landmark report, Disability & Criminal Justice Reform: Keys to Success woke a lot of people up. We were thrilled with the coverage it got on the PBS NewsHour HERE.
The NY Posts reports that there are the schools Mayor de Blasio doesn’t mention. At 32 city elementary and middle schools, the average English-math proficiency rate on state exams has not exceeded 10 percent of students for four years in a row.
Today Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law Council Members Helen Rosenthal and Ritchie Torres’ legislation to expand access for people with disabilities attending events held by the City and interacting with city agencies.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced three of its leaders were recognized as “Power Players in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” by PoliticsNY.
As a business owner, it’s important to understand your legal responsibility to ensure that your premises are accessible to all customers and visitors.