ADA Turns 30

In this Editorial, Jaipreet Virdi launches ADA TURNS 30—the first series for All of Us—by reflecting on the history of the Americans with Disabilities Act and examining its impact, legacy, and shortcomings. Continue Reading ADA Turns 30

Dear Dr. Gruber

How do two letters written almost 100 years apart reveal evidence about the commonality of physical disability in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America and understandings of disability today? In this Editorial, Nicole Belolan narrates how archives include valuable testimonies for historicizing lived experiences of disability and expanding access and inclusion in public life today. Continue Reading Dear Dr. Gruber