Equal and not separate Reading Rights
As technology advances and more books move from hard-copy print to electronic formats, people with print disabilities deserve the opportunity to enjoy access to books on an equal basis with those who can read print.
People with print disabilities cannot effectively read print because of a visual, physical, perceptual, developmental, cognitive, or learning disability.
No Need for Greed
We Want to Read!
15 million 30 million Americans who cannot read print because of blindness, dyslexia, spinal cord injury, and other print disabilities. We include school children, the elderly, professionals, college students, returning veterans, and your neighbors, family members and friends. We want to buy books. We have fought very hard for many years to have equal access to technology and information.
Please support us by joining our informational protests and Sign the Petition: We Want to Read .
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Reading Rights Coalition Members
Please use the Contact Us form if your organization wants to join this effort.
American Association of People with Disabilities
American Council of the Blind
American Foundation for the Blind
Arc of the United States
Association of Blind Citizens
Association on Higher Education And Disability
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
Burton Blatt Institute
Disability Rights Legal Center newest!
Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund
IDEAL Group, Inc.
International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet
International Dyslexia Association
International Dyslexia Association – New York Branch
Jewish Guild for the Blind
Knowledge Ecology International
Learning Disabilities Association of America
LightHouse – San Francisco
National Association of Law Students with Disabilities
National Disability Rights Network
National Federation of the Blind
National Industries for the Blind newest!
NISH (formerly National Institute for the Severely Handicapped)
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities
United Cerebral Palsy
Xavier Society for the Blind
National Organization of Parents of Blind Children
Source URL: http://www.readingrights.org/equal-and-not-separate-reading-rights