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Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day with Be My Eyes

21 May, 2020
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Accessibility is… Something for Everyone

From blind skateboarders to blind chefs, accessibility advocates to accessibility leaders, The the Be My Eyes community tells us what accessibility means to them – tell us what #AccessibilityIs to you!

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Is Your Site Accessible? Find Out with #TestMySite

We teamed up with Accessibility Shield to employ our community for a new on-demand website testing service that anyone can use.

Two separate images of James Rath exploring a foreign city with his show title “Blind Abroad” in the middle of the image.

Watch James Rath’s New Documentary: Blind Abroad

A YouTuber and tech advocate, James brings new meaning to “See the world together.”

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13 Letters Podcast: GAAD Co-founders Jennison Asuncion and Joe Devon

Listen to the co-founders of #GAAD talk about how the movement got started, and why this year is special.

An illustration of a customer support agent fielding a Be My Eyes call

June 25: What is Accessible Customer Support?

Learn from our partners at Google and Microsoft on their experiences providing accessibility support, and why it’s been such a huge success.

2020 Be My Eyes