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Removing Barriers Quotes By Steve Ballmer

Accessible design is good design - it benefits people who don't have disabilities as well as people who do. Accessibility is all about removing barriers and providing the benefits of technology for everyone. — Steve Ballmer

Removing Barriers Quotes By Christopher Westley

The problem for free-market economists is that their policy recommendations at the dawn of a recession are not too sexy to the political mindset. They involve either doing nothing to hinder price adjustments, or actively removing extra-market barriers to price adjustments. This often involves short-term pain in exchange for long-term solutions, when politics rewards short-term solutions that result in long-term pain. — Christopher Westley

Removing Barriers Quotes By Edwin Catmull

I love solving the problems of having groups work together and removing barriers. But to actually turn around and be in the center of that is an awkward place to be. — Edwin Catmull

Removing Barriers Quotes By Douglas Adams

Meanwhile, the poor Babel fish, by effectively removing all barriers to communication between different races and cultures, has caused more and bloodier wars than anything else in the history of creation. — Douglas Adams

Removing Barriers Quotes By Anonymous

Ask God to give you childlike faith, removing any barriers to having a closer walk with him. — Anonymous

Removing Barriers Quotes By Nancy Pelosi

Democrats believe in reigniting the American dream by removing barriers to success and building ladders of opportunity for all, so everyone can succeed. — Nancy Pelosi

Removing Barriers Quotes By Van Jones

To solve the new century's mounting social and environmental problems, people of color activist and white activists need to be able to join forces. But all too often, the unconscious racism of white activists stands in the way of any effective, worthwhile collaboration. The Challenging White Supremacy Workshop is the most powerful tool that I have seen for removing the barriers to true partnerships between people of color and white folks. If the CWS trainings were mandatory for all white activists, the progressive movement in the United States would be unstoppable. — Van Jones