[http://www.ada.gov The ADA] (Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) is a federal civil rights law that is designed to keep disabled people from being discriminated against in [[Consumer Protections / Workers' Rights|jobs]], business, and public programs, including [[Educational Justice|education]].[https://www.ada.gov/ada_intro.htm] The US Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division handles complaints about violations of the ADA.[https://www.ada.gov/filing_complaint.htm]
==Employment for People
[[#Americans with Disabilities Act|The ADA]] forbids discrimination in [[Consumer Protections / Workers' Rights|employment]]. Even so, people with disabilities are much less likely than those without disabilities to have jobs (17.5% compared with 65% in 2015).[https://www.bls.gov/news.release/disabl.nr0.htm] Of people available for and looking for work, the unemployment rate of disabled people is more than twice that of non-disabled people (10.7% vs. 5.1%).[https://www.bls.gov/news.release/disabl.nr0.htm]
The Fair Labor Standards Act '''allows employers to pay workers with disabilities less than federal minimum wage'''.[https://www.dol.gov/whd/specialemployment/index.htm] Here is a map
that shows where this happens.