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A view from a wheelchair as they pass through a sliding door.
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Title: Getting A Foot In The Door
From: It Took An Act Of Congress
Original caption: Before July 26, 1990, this new employee couldn't even get a foot in the door. That's when Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act. It means workplaces must be accessible, and no qualified person can be denied the right to apply for a job. But best of all, it means everyone starts out on equal footing. Support Easter Seals.
Creator: Terry Bremer (creative director)
Date: Circa 1990
Format: Poster
Source: Easter Seals Society
Control no.: 439350
Keywords: Accessibility; Advocacy; Americans With Disabilities Act; Assistive Technology; Civil Rights; Easter Seals; Employment; Fundraising; Government; Legislation; Philanthropy; Physical Disability; Policy; Service Organizations; Wheelchair; Work
Topics: n/a
Note: This poster was produced by Easter Seals in collaboration with Campbell Methun Advertising, Minneapolis. Published with permission from Easter Seals.

Objects From This Artifact:
- Getting A Foot In The Door (still)
- Job Applicant (still)
- Ordering Pizza (still)
- The Loophole (still)