Shattering the Silences: ADA Compliance and Social Justice Panel

Access determines our ability to participate fully in society – that makes it a social justice issue. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) sets accessibility standards in the classroom. While most people believe accessibility is a good idea; sometimes the enforcement of it is viewed as intrusive and even counterproductive. Come join us to reframe your understanding of ADA compliance as a way to support social justice and learn a few Accessibility strategies along the way.

This event is sponsored by the Division for Diversity and Inclusion, Faculty Center for Learning and Teaching, and the Academic Advisement Center. You may receive credit toward Master Advisor recertification; please register through My Missouri under “My Learning Connection” on your Profile page. For more information or if you need accommodations, please contact Dr. Jamaine Abidogun, Diversity Fellow at or 836-5916.

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