UC Berkeley architecture professor recognized for contributions to disability movement

UC Berkeley architecture professor Raymond Lifchez (left) was recognized for pioneering the disability rights movement in architecture.
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UC Berkeley architecture professor Raymond Lifchez (left) was recognized for pioneering the disability rights movement in architecture.

UC Berkeley architecture and city and regional planning professor Raymond Lifchez was recognized Tuesday by the Center for Independent Living, or CIL, with the second annual Ed Roberts Day Award, which honors individuals who have made major contributions to the disability rights movement in the U.S. and internationally.
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