Thoughts on Content Accessibility, by Corinne K. Vinopol, Ph.D.

A teacher showing sign language to a student
  

Accessibility to information for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind (D/HoH/DB) is a right that cannot be overlooked in terms of population incidence, legal mandates, and basic human consideration.  

Angela Roth: A hand-made work

Angela interpreting in an event
  

 

We tell you a little more about the story of Angela Roth, a member of our advisory committee  

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a shadow of a man in a wheelchair projects in a tent
  

Next January 16 the POV movie I Didn't See You There will be released with accessibility features.  

The Documentary President Premiers with Accessibility Features

Nelson Chamisa, the Zimbawean presidential candidate, in a rally
  

After the fall of Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s leader from 1987 to 2017, the military ensured the population that they will have free elections for their next leader. It is against this background of a newborn democracy that Camilla Nielson’s  “President” takes place.  

Verizon facing an FCC fine over accessibility concerns

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Verizon is facing a $100.000 fine from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for allegedly violating its obligations to provide information about the accessibility of one of its services.