Reflecting on ADA32

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Every year with the ADA Anniversary, I try to picture if the Americans with Disabilities Act were a person. I did it as a retrospective during the 30th anniversary, trying to picture one of my newly 30-year-old-friends getting promoted and buying a house. But this year, it feels sort of weird to do that, especially since The Squeaky Wheel, a disability culture site, wrote an amazing parody of that thinking – a rebellious 32-year-old who is afraid of retirement in light of the Roe decision.

Instead, I find myself reflecting on what I’ve learned about my own community and myself

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