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The Accessibility Project fights with urgency to make real the promises of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – that people with disabilities must have equal access. CREEC educates businesses, government entities, the disability community, and their allies about the legal protections guaranteed by the ADA and similar laws. We also engage in negotiation and individual and impact litigation when necessary to address disability rights violations.

The purpose of the Immigration Detention Accountability Project (IDAP) is to protect the constitutional and civil rights of immigrants in ICE detention. To that end, CREEC fights to ensure non-citizens are adequately and humanely treated and are not discriminated against on the basis of disability. CREEC does this through class action litigation, direct representation, and serving as an educational resource to the greater legal community, immigrant community, and their allies.

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Disability Law Colorado Files Suit Against Department of Corrections on Behalf of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Incarcerated People

CREEC and Denver Law Civil Rights Clinic Are Representing Disability Law Colorado; Lawsuit Seeks Effective Communication, Accommodations Denver, CO – Disability Law Colorado (DLC) filed suit against the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) in federal court in Denver today seeking…

Advocates Win Federal Court Appointment of Special Master to Oversee ICE Custody Releases

Citing a “history of noncompliance,” a federal judge orders a special master to monitor and oversee custody reviews and releases for people at heightened risk of COVID-19 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 12, 2020 Contact: Jeff Migliozzi, jeff.migliozzi@splcenter.org, (334) 303-1261 RIVERSIDE, Calif.…