Kerry Dunn: Accessibility and Disability

"Accessibility and disability are often overlooked and hidden. Excuses are made as to why places and spaces can't be accessible. This creates a sub-class in society. It is my firm belief that not only can this be undone, but in the process, we all can learn more about one another, and learn skills like empathy that can be applied to all aspects of our world."

Kerry Dunn — professor of inclusive education, coordinator of clinical assistants and the deputy Title IX coordinator at Nazareth College — shares her first-person perspective on how it feels to live in this world and how we can work to make it better. This talk was given at a TEDx event, independently organized by the Rochester community, using the TED conference format.

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