Disability Civil Rights and the Disability Movement (Segment 2)
This collection consists of records of the Clinton Administration’s work with disability civil rights and the disability movement, both foreign and domestic.The collection contains correspondence, memos, daily briefings, emails, weekly and legislative reports, budget background material, award ceremony and conference setup, Q and As, speech and interview transcripts, agendas, conference invitations, informational packets, legislation, manuals, press clippings, proclamations, signing and veto statements, routing sheets, and schedules. Subjects include the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, disability outreach, Disability and the Presidency, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, proposed changes to DOD and VA disability payments and benefits, federal employment and national hiring policy, the Summit of the Americas and the Conference on Disability, UN-brokered agreements, and human rights as a foreign policy issue.
Office of Counsel to the President, Office of Management and Administration, National Security Council, Office of Public Liaison, Office of Speechwriting, Automated Records Management System, Tape Restoration Project
202 folders in 26 boxes
2007-0143-F Segment 2
Clinton Presidential Records: White House Staff and Office Files | Clinton Presidential Records: Automated Records Management System | Clinton Presidential Records: Tape Restoration Project | Clinton Presidential Records: NSC Cable, Email, and Records Management System
William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum