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LGBTQ Couple Faces Housing Discrimination In Pennsylvania

When you think of housing discrimination what comes to mind? Naturally, most people think of minorities especially black, latino or even muslims yet rarely does the image of a same sex couple come to mind. Recently I was shocked to read a story published at Theslateonline.com detailing the ordeal of two married men who had a hard time finding good

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Why Are Businesses Refusing To Comply With ADA Title iii?

In the last two years more and more claims have been filed against companies regarding unequal access to public accommodations.   Many businesses have been caught off guard, others have criticized the efforts as a “shakedown” or a “scam”, however there is nothing illegal about enforcing laws that have existed for many years.  The main problem is

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2020 Begins With A Deluge Of ADA Title iii Accessibility Claims

The landscape for access for disabled Americans is increasingly changing with more efforts focused on making large corporations compliant with the WCAG 2.1 (web content accessibility guidelines) AA.  Speaking as a disabled person, It is about time.  Many with disabilities feel that our needs have been put at the low end of the priority spectrum a

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EEOC Issues Report on a Decade of Fighting Systemic Discrimination

Systemic racism has been a problem in the United States for many centuries.  Even though slavery and discrimination are no longer legal opponents have found new and creative ways to continue discriminating.  The following article was well written on the issue and we appreciate the author’s efforts. Since instituting a program to combat systemi

About Us

About Access For All Access for all is a private non-profit (NGO) organization staffed by disabled Americans striving to create an environment of inclusion and access for all.  Our primary means of

Mission Statement

The primary mission of Access For All is to raise awareness regarding the challenges that disabled people face on a daily basis.  We accomplish this by writing, publishing and engaging the community

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Our members come from diverse backgrounds and include physical as well as mental handicaps.  We charge no membership fees to be a part of our organization.  Members need only sign up and share this

About Us

About Access For All Access for all is a private non-profit (NGO) organization staffed by disabled Americans striving to create an environment of inclusion and access for all.  Our primary means of advocacy is by raising awareness thru publications made on websites across the internet and social media platforms.   Wherever possible contribution

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Upcoming Events

  1. Stand Against Racism Rally 2020

    Stand Against Racism Rally

    April 25 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Fill out the Census. Register to Vote. Be Counted. Cast Your Ballot.  Fight Injustice. Stand Against Racism. In 2020, we are committed to making our voices heard at the ballot box, making sure all of us are counted, and fighting for equity for women, girls, and people of color.  We #StandAgai

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