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  1. Accessibility in the National Day of Civic Hacking

    Participating in the National Day of Civic Hacking The first national Hackathon for Change was held on June 1st and 2nd and was every bit as exciting as I anticipated.  The event had much of the same energy, idealism, and enthusiasm that we see each year in our annual Accessibility...

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  2. Move Your Body at AccessU

    Evening event at AccessU Knowbility is thrilled to announce the evening activity for its annual AccessU conference. The May 14th event will be a mixed ability dance performance with full audio description and sign language interpretation. The Way You Move Your Body was part of the 2013 Cohen New Works...

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  3. Ben's Advocacy trip to DC

    by Robbi Cooper

    On Global Accessibility Awareness Day remember advocacy is not defined by age. I am Robbi Cooper and I want to share my sons first trip to advocate in DC. As a 6th grade student my son just finished another round of inaccessible reading tests that will be used to make...

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  4. Remote training for those who can't make it to Austin for AccessU

    Good news / bad news about AccessU Good news first - people are loving this year's AccessU lineup of accessibility topics and instructors. Classes are beginning to fill  up, and the excitement is building about our upcoming gathering in Austin in May. The teaching schedule is just great this year...

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  5. First Round Winners of Open AIR Announced!

    by Ella Jane

    The first round of judging for Open AIR has come to an end, and the winners were announced on Friday at a  party at Cover 3 in North Austin. Six winners were announced in two categories, Basic and Advanced, based on the nonprofit's requirements for the site and the number...

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