University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Harvard and M.I.T. Are Sued Over Lack of Closed Captions"
Date Feb 12, 2015
Author Tamar Lewin
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Abstract Advocates for the deaf have sued Harvard and MIT for violating anti-discrimination laws for failure to provide closed captioning on their online educational materials. While efforts have already been made to address blind students and readers, plaintiffs say the same work must be done for deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
Source New York Times

This Resource Relates To
case National Association of the Deaf v. Harvard University (DR-MA-0006)
case National Association of the Deaf v. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (DR-MA-0007)

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