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When is Disability Pride Month?

Disability Pride Month is celebrated each year in July. Disability Pride initially started as a day of celebration in 1990—the year that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. That same year, Boston held the first Disability Pride Day. The first official celebration of Disability Pride Month occurred in July 2015, which also marked the 25th anniversary of the ADA. Since then, cities across the country have celebrated disability pride month with parades and other festivities.

ABA Wide 21-Day Disability Equity Habit-Building Challenge©

The Challenge invites participants to complete a 21-day syllabus of daily, short assignments, which include readings, videos, and podcasts, followed by discussion questions.

ABA Commission on Disability Rights

The Commission works to promote the ABA's commitment to justice and the rule of law for people with mental, physical, and sensory disabilities, and to promote their full and equal participation in the legal profession.

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Become a Disability A.L.L.Y. | CDC

Being an ally means including people with disabilities in everyday activities, creating accessible environments, and creating equitable opportunities that support disabled people in holding roles similar to their non-disabled peers.

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