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November 2015 is the twentieth anniversary of the passage of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). To mark the moment we're sharing the stories of some of the campaigners whose fight for civil rights led to the DDA.
We're also asking young disabled campaigners to share their vision of what the future of activism looks like and tell us what they want to do to make Britain a better place for disabled people.
Find out about the Disability Discrimination Act and the campaigners who fought for civil rights.
Read the stories of the campaigners who fought to change the law and for their civil rights.
Some of the activists who campaigned to change the law tell us what the fight meant to them.
There's still lots to do to build a country where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.
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