While some see Robert Kalani’s 60 lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act as frivolous, Kalani and others say it’s a form of activism.  More info…

The Americans with Disabilities Act – signed into law in 1990 – was referred to as the Emancipation Proclamation for Americans with disabilities. But because the government mostly lacks the power to ensure the law is followed, people with disabilities bear the primary burden of its enforcement through lawsuits.  Defendants of these lawsuits say that the law is far too technical for business owners to keep up with, which leads to abuse.  RAMPED UP addresses the pitfalls of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the politics and money that are stilled tied up with accessibility in America.