Celebrating the 27th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
A Live National Town Hall Webcast Featuring Advocates for the Community of People with Disabilities, Past and Present from WebAble TV Studios Near Washington D.C.
July 28, 2017 2:00 PM ET at www.WebAble.TV
with a Special Emphasis on Helping the New Administration Understand the Priorities for People with Disabilities
With the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 27 years ago, America committed itself to the elimination of discrimination against people with disabilities. As we did last for the last 2 years for the, the 25th ADA anniversary webcast, and the 26th ADA anniversary webcast, WebAble TV (www.WebAble.TV) is producing a Live National ADA 27th Anniversary Town Hall Webcast to highlight the progress made in the last year towards equality of opportunity, accessibility, independent living and economic self-sufficiency for persons with disabilities with a special emphasis on helping the new administration understand the priorities for people with disabilities
Webcast panelists and interviewees will discuss what’s transpired with the ADA over the past year and their vision for where we need to go as a nation to enhance life for the community of people with disabilities over the next year. Interviews and discussions will be both live and pre-recorded in advance.
Distinguished Webcast Guest Interviewees to be Announced Shortly
About WebAble TV
WebAble TV ( www.WebAble.TV) is an Internet TV Channel on the TV Worldwide Network (www.TVWorldwide.com) dedicated to providing accessible live and on-demand interactive coverage of the issues, activities and events important to the community of people with disabilities. Our staff of industry professionals with extensive experience in the production of accessible Internet TV programming for the disability community, seeks to inform, educate and engage audiences to generate feedback and build intelligent consensus for the advancement of all people with disabilities . WebAble TV values input from our audiences on content and programming suggestions at email@example.com