Re: [Videolib] New DVD on the Am. w/ Disabilities Act

Ben Achtenberg (ben@fanlight.com)
Wed, 03 Oct 2007 17:59:47 -0400

Hi, Renee --

If you're looking for something that specifically lays out the legal requirement under the ADA, we ain't got it and I don't know who does. If you're looking for a wide range of (mostly) current documentaries on disability-related issues, check out our collection: http://www.fanlight.com/catalog/subjects/disability.php

If you see anything of interest, contact Josh at (800) 937-4113 / joshua@fanlight.com to find out about special Public Library pricing. If you're going to be at the National Media Market, talk with Anthony or Nicole in our screening room.

Best,
Ben




At 12:16 PM 10/3/2007 -0500, you wrote:
Hi!  I just realized that my most popular film about the accessibility issues pertaining to the Americans with Disabilities Act is 15 years old.  It is "Accessibility", c1992, from the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association.

I would like to purchase one or two newer films on this topic on DVD.  Any suggestions?

Renee

Renee Zurn
Manager, Adult Services
Duluth Public Library
520 W. Superior St.
Duluth, MN  55802
218/730-4240
rzurn@duluth.lib.mn.us
fax: 218/723-3822



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