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Disability Rights Relating to Commercial Properties
Under federal and state laws, those with a range of disabilities are afforded accessibility rights when it comes to commercial properties ranging from restaurants to banks, and all in between. These rights and responsibilities especially pertain to modern buildings and new builds, while older buildings may have some exclusions if they are protected. Disability rights are essential so that everyone can access the same places, products, and services. In terms of design, these mostly center around physical access including for those with limited mobility and those who use wheelchairs. This guide to commercial property rights and responsibilities contains information on laws and regulations.

The Guardian Documentary: The Fight
The documentary is about a group of protestors with disabilities in Bolivia who occupied space in La Paz demanding that the government give them a proper state pension. People with disabilities are among the most discriminated against in Bolivia. Fed up with being ignored, a group of them march across the Andes to the seat of the government in La Paz, asking to speak to President Evo Morales. They are met with riot police, barricades, teargas and water cannon.
More at: http://bit.ly/2qrpPgJ
Contact: Charlie Phillips, charlie.phillips [at] theguardian.com

Muhi- Generally Temporary
The film introduces us to Muhi (Muhammad), a brave and spirited Palestinian boy, who for the past 7 years has been living in an Israeli hospital. With both his arms and legs amputated, Muhi is unable to return to his family in Gaza, where the healthcare system has no means to treat his condition. Watched over by both Jews and Arabs, and caught between the pressures of two worlds, Muhi’s story bears witness to many struggles, and also attests to an inspiring resilience within the larger conflict.
More at: bit.ly/MuhiCampaign
Contact: Eliza Duenow, muhi [at] medaliaproductions.com