BBI Chairman Peter Blanck Edits and Contributes to Special Issue of the Journal Inclusion on the Americans with Disabilities Act at 25 for People with Cognitive Disabilities

March 17, 2016

Peter Blanck, BBI Chairman & University Professor at Syracuse University, writes: "The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 has helped to define in the United States and globally the modern view of disability as a central element of the human experience. This second issue, of a two-part Special Issue of the journal Inclusion, examines the ADA at its 25th anniversary. From an array of disciplinary perspectives and lived experiences, the articles reflect on the past 25 years, examine present opportunities and challenges, and consider the future to ensure continued action toward the civil and human rights of individuals with cognitive and other disabilities for inclusion and active citizenship."

Dr. Blanck's Contributions:

For the March 2016 journal issue, please see:

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