Patreon and the American Counsel of the Blind Announce Digital Accessibility Initiative

Jul 27, 2020

Patreon, the popular membership platform for artists, creators and their supporters, recently announced its commitment to digital accessibility. Patreon worked in conjunction with blind creators and the American Council of the Blind in a Structured Negotiation to develop the accessibility initiative announced by Patreon. Those blind creators and the American Council of the Blind were represented by lawyer Lainey Feingold and the law firm Handley Farah & Anderson.  The press release announcing the accessibility initiative can be found here, and Patreon’s Digital Accessibility Agreement can be found here.

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