Accessibility is more than disability accommodation

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Published

August 8, 2022

For WordPress and the WordPress ecosystem to be truly accessible, it has to be available to everyone.

Accessibility means accessible to those with disabilities (and we often focus on screen readers, etc.), but those in the BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and Neurodivergent communities often find the way to success paved with roadblocks.

This talk shares the struggles that people in our community experience in finding success, as well as ways we can all be advocates for one another and make room at the table for everyone.

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Event

WordCamp Montclair 2022 10

Speakers

Michelle Frechette 8

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Accessibility 244
Inclusion 15

Language

English 9556

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