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See Me program lets those with memory loss and their caregivers connect with art in the comfort of their own homes, Washington Post, July 2021

Israel holds national forum on accessibility in museums, The Jerusalem Post, November 2020

New Publication Shares Ways for Museums To Be Accessible and Inclusive, Smithsonian Press Release, October 2020

As the Smithsonian starts to reopen, a small team takes on a big question: how to keep coronavirus concerns from taking away accessibility?, Washington Post, July 2020

In Reopening, The Smithsonian Looks To Balance Safety And Disability Access, NPR, July 2020

What does the Smithsonian look like in a post-COVID era?, Smithsonian Magazine, July 2020

Smithsonian’s accessibility director works to improve museum experience for everyone, WTOP, July 2020

The ADA Was a Monumental Achievement 30 Years Ago, but the Fight for Equal Rights Continues, Smithsonian Magazine, July 2020

In reopening, we must expand - not retreat from - progress on accessibility, The DC Line (OpEd by Director, Beth Ziebarth), July 2020

The Smithsonian's Director of Accessibility Explains an Inclusive Reopening Strategy as the Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 30, Washington City Paper, July 2020

At the Smithsonian, a Smartphone App Is Helping Blind Visitors Get More Out of Museums, Washingtonian, November 2019

How to see a museum exhibit if you're blind, The Hill, November 2019

Smithsonian Museum Programs for Young People With Disabilities, Washington Parent, August 2019

Smithsonian is Trying to Help People with Disabilities Get Jobs - One Intern at a Time, Washington Post, June 2019

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