Videos (page 3)

Videos

Ashley Mathy – ADA Celebrating 30 Years Strong

Ashley Mathy, People First Wisconsin, talks about the importance of the ADA in advancing voting rights.  Ashley plans to vote absentee this year.  Check out Ashley’s call to action!

Cindy Bently – ADA Celebrating 30 Years Strong

Cindy Bentley, Executive Director of People First Wisconsin, reflects on how the ADA made a difference in her life and so many others.

Sandy Popp – ADA Celebrating 30 Years Strong

Sandy Popp, of Options for Independent Living in Green Bay advocated for the passage of the ADA on Capital Hill.  In this video, Sandy reflects on the progress made as a result of the ADA and the need to continue the battle for access for all people, especially this year with the pandemic.  Lead on, Sandy!

John Nousaine – ADA Celebrating 30 Years Strong

John Nousaine was Executive Direction of North Country Independent Living, until he retired in 2019.  In this video, John reflects on the impact of the ADA and the need to keep agitating for change.

Denise Jess – ADA Celebrating 30 Years Strong

Denise Jess, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired reflects on how the ADA has increased access to the ballot box for voters with disabilities – and the continuing challenges to ensure accessible voting.  Wisconsin does not have an accessible absentee ballot.

People with assistants have equal voting rights

This informative video was created by Rooted in Rights.  You can view their other videos on the Rooted in Rights website.

Wisconsin Youth Voices on Voting – “I Will Vote at Age 18”

Wisconsin Youth Voices on Voting – “I Will Vote at Age 18” with Audio Descriptions

Wisconsin Youth Voices on Voting – “My Vote Matters”

Wisconsin Youth Voices on Voting – “My Vote Matters” with Audio Descriptions

Consider Becoming a Poll Worker (Audio Descriptions)

Consider Becoming a Poll Worker