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Treaty needed to help change world

5:54 PM, Jul. 23, 2013
Kerry
Kerry
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Last year I met Dan Berschinski, a retired U.S. Army captain, Afghanistan War veteran and a double amputee. Eight months after he was severely wounded, he visited South Africa to watch the World Cup. Most fans were sizing up the teams, but Dan was sizing up other questions: Would his wheelchair fit through the hotel doorway? Would the bathrooms be accessible? Would the buildings have ramps?

As Dan told me, "Those are the kinds of questions we take for granted here in America, but, unfortunately, the accessibility measures that we enjoy here simply aren't present in many other countries."

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