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