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Webinar: Jobseekers Club & Disability Voting Rights Hosted by Dallas Public Library

Webinar: Dallas Public Library disability rights programs

My name is Alicia and I work at the Dallas Public Library. I wanted to inform your agency that we have 2 adult programs scheduled for persons with disabilities. The first is a Q & A about Disability Voting Rights October 13, 2020 @ 3-4pm and the next is the Disability Employment Awareness Month program October 22, 2020 @ 2-3pm.

I hope that you can share this with anyone you think who would be interested in registering for these programs. All library programs are currently being conducted online via Zoom.

I hope that we’re able to reach as many persons with disabilities as possible so that they can have an opportunity to learn about this valuable information. Thanks!

Here are the links for registration:

Dallas Jobseekers Club with Disability Rights Texas


This program is available online only.

Have questions on your voting rights as a person with disabilities?

Are you unsure how to complete a mail-in ballot?

An expert from Disability Rights Texas will answer questions on your rights as a person with disabilities, including curbside voting, mail-in voting, and requesting other accommodations.

Please submit your questions in advance if possible to [email protected]

Captions and ASL interpretation accommodations will be provided, but if you require other accommodations, please contact us and let us know.

Q&A: Disability Voting Rights


Join Disability Rights Texas at this week’s Dallas Jobseekers Club to learn about legal rights for people with disabilities. Specifically, if you have a disability, what are your rights as a job seeker or employee during the COVID-19 pandemic? Find out more at this program.

Dallas Jobseekers Club is for you if you are out of work, underemployed, or looking for a new direction. It’s a welcoming, informal online meet-up for you to find resources, offer support, and build your network.

Caption and ASL interpretation accommodations will be provided, but if you require other accommodations, please contact us and let us know.

This program is available online only. Registration is required. If you are interested but can’t make it the day of, the program will be recorded and sent to registrants.

Alicia Deal-Unsal (she/her)
Public Service Specialist
Office: 214-670-1468
Email: [email protected]


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