Arlene Mayerson on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the legal implications of the Section 504 protests

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In this oral history interview, legal expert and scholar Arlene Mayerson describes the impact that the 504 protests and activist representations of people with disabilities had on her as a law student. She also discusses the legal history of disability legislation, including the ADA, the Civil Rights Act, Title IX, and the Rehab Act.

1970s; San Francisco Bay Area
Spring 2014
Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability

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