January 31, 2018
Read the 2017 USBLN Annual Report

THANK YOU to our corporate partners, strategic alliances, board members, disability-owned businesses, students and recent graduates, local Disability:IN Affiliates and allies. Together we have achieved so much in 2017.

Disability inclusion is a journey for all of us. For now, let’s acknowledge the advancements we’ve made in 2017. Last year, we learned even more about accessibility with recent technological developments, continued to rally around the proud narrative of disability, strengthened our data and insight, and asked: what else can be done?

We look forward to working together in 2018, and we hope you’ll join us for our annual Disability:IN Conference and Expo at Las Vegas, July 9-12th.
Continue to read the 2017 Disability:IN Annual Report


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