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25th Anniversary Celebration Highlights the Memorial’s Forward Thinking on Inclusivity

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The FDR Memorial Legacy Committee celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the FDR Memorial as a pioneer in bringing truth and authenticity to history.

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2022 Progress Report on Accessibility at the FDR Memorial

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The FDR Memorial Legacy Committee (FDR Committee) marked the 32nd Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) with the release of the 2022 Progress Report on Accessibility at the FDR Memorial.

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FDR Memorial 25th Anniversary Commemorative Book

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FDR Memorial 25th Anniversary Commemorative Book

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FDR’s Disability

He contracted polio at age 39 which left him unable to walk or stand unassisted. He was a daily wheelchair user. He started the March of Dimes to fund a cure for polio. He frequented Warm Springs, GA for its therapeutic waters and helped pioneer rehabilitation practices.

 

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The mission of the FDR Memorial Legacy Committee is to preserve the memory of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's catalytic involvement in issues of equality and opportunity, as celebrated at the FDR Memorial in Washington, D.C.

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