This is What Accessibility Looks Like (Part 2)

Yesterday, I wrote a post about the difference between the paradigms of accommodation of disabilities and accessibility for disabilities. My argument was essentially this: accommodation is not accessibility, and it is not nearly as good. Here’s why....

Accessibility v. Accommodation (part 1)

When I was studying disability law in law school, I had to learn how to spell accommodation correctly—two Cs, two Ms—a long, arduous word, with lots of extra letters. The word “judgment,” alternatively, only contains one E when it is written by a lawyer. A...