Brown was elected by PVA's Board of Directors during PVA's 75th Annual Convention, which wrapped up May 22. Brown, along with PVA’s new executive committee, will begin their one-year term on July 1, 2021.

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Yearlong anniversary celebration kicks off with a campaign addressing the innocent acts people commit every day that hurt those with disabilities, and a special letter from President Biden

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April 2021 observance designed to urge the public to recognize veterans living with spinal cord injury and disease, and the people, programs, and services to help them.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America, the nation’s only nonprofit organization dedicated solely to helping veterans with spinal cord injuries and disorders, and diseases, like MS and ALS, today announced that they have received $1 million from Penske Automotive Group to help veterans and their families ...

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Paralyzed Veterans of America today released two informational videos focused on empowering PVA members and all veterans with disabilities to seek higher education and open new pathways. The videos, developed in partnership with Student Veterans of America and with financial support from Wounded ...

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Partnership aims to advance education and career goals for underserved veterans

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Executive Director Carl Blake released the following statement on the Senate confirmation of Denis McDonough as the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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Today the organization unveiled an anniversary logo and new name of their successful employment program. PVA’s Veterans Career Program, formerly referred to as Paving Access for Veterans Employment or PAVE.

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The Independent Budget lays out 11 critical issues, including COVID-19, toxic substance exposures, mental health, minority veterans, and more.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America Executive Director Carl Blake released the following statement regarding the recent violence in the Capitol on January 6 and the growing threat of additional upheaval in the days leading up to Inauguration Day 2021:

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Paralyzed Veterans of America Executive Director Carl Blake released the following statement regarding President Trump’s signing of H.R. 7105, the Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020, which enhances the quality of life for veterans, thei...

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Paralyzed Veterans of America, Executive Director, Carl Blake released the following statement in response to the VA Office of the Inspector General (OIG) report “Senior VA Officials’ Response to a Veteran’s Sexual Assault Allegations” released yesterday.

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PVA Executive Director, Carl Blake issues statement on nomination of Denis McDonough for next Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs

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The Paralyzed Veterans of America is pleased the House and Senate have reached agreement on an omnibus package containing language drawn from more than two dozen veteran-related bills in a year-end effort to advance legislation that benefits veterans, their families, and caregivers.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America launches Holiday Hope for Heroes to provide a lifeline to veterans and other people with disabilities during this crisis.

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Paralyzed Veterans of America is pleased to see the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) expansion of the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) announced today.

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Voting is one of our most important civil rights, but it isn’t always accessible for paralyzed veterans and others with disabilities.

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A government report found less than half of polling locations were accessible in the 2016 election.

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Voting is one of our most important civil rights, but it isn’t always accessible for paralyzed veterans and others with disabilities.

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So long to overhyped innovations. Hello to tech that embeds accessibility into everyday devices.

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Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm Veteran David Zurfluh re-elected National President.

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Racism, exclusion, and marginalization in any form have no place in our society

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U.S. Navy veteran Tom Wheaton has been living with paralysis since 1988 and has been advocating for visibility, legislation, and awareness when it comes to disabled and paralyzed Americans ever since.

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Societal shut-down disrupted the support systems and coping routines of many veterans

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