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In the United States, over 25% of people have a disability. Our colleagues, community members, and families most likely have at least one person with a disability. So what qualifies as a disability? What is an accommodation? This tutorial examines a basic understanding of accessibility.

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The National Alliance of Melanin Disabled Advocates (NAMED Advocates) creates spaces for disabled leaders of color and BIPOC allies to gather, learn, connect, and grow around racial and disability justice.

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