Smithsonian Features Special Exhibit to Celebrate The ADA

On July 6th, the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, DC debuted its Disability Rights Movement exhibit. Organized to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the passage of the ADA, the exhibit is a compilation of historic memorabilia that places the disability rights movement in the same vein as other national civil rights struggles. The Smithsonian plans to expand the exhibit as more material comes in. If you can't get to Washington, DC, the exhibit will eventually travel to other museums around the country. For now, you can check out the exhibit's Virtual Exhibitions web site.





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