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City of Boston ADA Day
Overview of City of Boston ADA Day
Thirty-three years ago, in July of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law, enshrining and protecting the rights of people with disabilities throughout the country. The ADA has improved the lives of people with disabilities immensely, and that is worth celebrating!
You are enthusiastically invited to The Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities annual ADA Day Celebration on Boston City Hall Plaza! Come to celebrate and honor the rights of people with disabilities. There will be a speaking program with City officials, a disability resource fair, food, music, and free t-shirts (while supplies last — so get there early!)
Interpretation and translation services are available at no cost to you. The event will be wheelchair accessible, and. ASL and CART have been requested. To request additional accommodations or spoken language interpretation, please contact the City of Boston Disabilities Commission at: email@example.com
All members of the public are invited Registration is encouraged but not required. Register: Register to attend Boston's ADA Day 2023! (google.com)