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The Disability Rights Movement, 30 Years After The ADA

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People participate in the first annual Disability Pride Parade in New York City.

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"The ADA doesn't fix the problem of ableism...rights and laws are meant to be a floor, not a ceiling," disability advocate Britney Wilson says.

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