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Diverse Studies

Sources to use for all things diverse

ADA Information

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) created in 1990 protects people with disabilities from discrimination. The Americans with Disabilities website gives information and help on topics such as:

  • Laws & Regulations
  • Filing a Complaint
  • Technical Assistance
  • Enforcement
  • Design Standards

Helpful Links:

Introduction to ADA

Learn about the ADA Act, employment, public transit and other important requirements and laws.

Laws and Regulations 

The ADA has resources to see what the Americans with Disabilities Act covers and sources available to search through to understand how you are protected.

How to File a Complaint

The ADA outlines how you can file a complaint with the appropriate federal agency.

ADA Cases

These are some case examples that the ADA has covered and settlement agreements. 

ADA Information Line

If you have questions or concerns there is an ADA Department of Justice hotline that you can call.

 

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