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- 27 Years of the ADA from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
- Because of the ADA [PDF file]
- Word on the Hill: ADA Anniversary
- Presidential Proclamation for ADA 27th Anniversary
- Fulfilling the Promise of the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Celebrate ADA 27: The 27th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Celebrate the ADA: Toolkit for 2017 Themes
- How Will You Celebrate the ADA?
- Facts for Features: ADA Anniversary from U.S. Census Bureau
- Women and the ADA (Blog)
- History of "Capital Crawl" - Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
- ADA Anniversary Celebration 2017: 5 P.M. Interview (captioned video, 2:49 min.)
- 27 Years of Access: ADA Anniversary Celebrations Commerate Groundbreaking Law (captioned video, 4:10 min.)
- Interactive movie party to celebreate 27th anniversary of the ADA
- State of IL 27th ADA Celebration: "ADA: Pathway to Work Opportunities"
- Olmstead, and Emily, Turn 18 Today
- Twitter #ADA27
- Twitter: ADA 27th anniversary
- 5 Things You May Not Know about the Americans with Disabilities Act
- Beyond the Cases: 26 Years of the ADA - The Lives, Faces, and Stories Behind the ADA
- VIDEO: U.S. State Department Marks 26th ADA Anniversary
- Presidential Proclamation - Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 2016
- On ADA anniversary, U.S. Dept. of Education Guidance Reiterates Rights of Students with ADHD
- U.S. Dept. of Education Releases Guidance on Civil Rights of Students with ADHD
- Dept. of Defense (DoD) Program Aids Military Members, Civilian Employees With Disabilities
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