The National Federation of the Blind’s legal victories have helped to drive forward disability rights case law under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, creating more equitable workplaces, classrooms, and communities for blind Americans. We focus our efforts on several key priority areas, including access to information, education, high-stakes testing, parental rights, and employment.
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