Featured: Building the woke web: Web accessibility, inclusion & social justice
Olu Niyiawosusi asks "What would your life be like without the internet?" Likely, very different. The list of barriers people face to participate are many, but we all have a role to play in the action it will take to remove those barriers.
Sponsored: What’s the difference between PDF and accessible PDF?
An accessible PDF is a PDF document that can be read and accessed by people with disabilities, primarily for the vision-impaired that may use assistive technology to read the file through text-to-speech or a Braille printout. Can your PDFs do that?
You might have joined the fight against racism recently, realizing you can do more to help. Tatiana Mac wrote a great post on sustainable strategies for activism to help people stay with it. Many of those lessons can also be applied to activism for accessibility. We'd rather have you around well into the future too.
Thanks for reading
Have a suggestion for something to be included in Accessibility Weekly? Did I make a mistake that doesn't belong on the Internet? You can either reply to this email or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsorships and Donations
You can sponsor Accessibility Weekly!. If you or your company is interested, send a note to email@example.com.
If you're thinking about donating money because of the work I do with this newsletter, don't do that. Instead, support organizations and people fighting to make the world, the tech industry and everyday people anti-racist. Black lives matter. Here are some suggestions: