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The man was taken to the Hillsdale Community Health Center where he was pronounced dead, police said.There were no witnesses in the area at the time the man entered the water, police said.Private businesses like Empire Haven and the festival organizers are required under the American Disabilities Act to furnish sign language interpreters for deaf people such as Willard, according to Syracuse University associate law professor Michael Schwartz, who is deaf.A lawyer since 1982, Schwartz directs the law school’s disability rights clinic.Harriet Chanza of the World Health Organization said that in many agrarian communities, 'There's nothing like adolescence.
The 53-year-old deaf man from Rochester recently filed a complaint with the U. Justice Department, charging Empire Haven and festival organizers with disregarding his civil rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.Empire Haven charges a day for grounds fees and also rents camping sites and charges festival-goers for meals.SU’s Schwartz said the problem Willard faces illustrates a much bigger problem that disabled people frequently confront as they call on businesses and government to comply with the American with Disabilities Act.The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the accident.The girls are told by their families they are attending a camp with their friends, but when they arrive they are shown how to have sex and told they must lose their 'child dust' as soon as they can or they will get a skin disease.
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"Brad Grinter, Nudist" is a 10-minute short excerpted from "Sweet Bird of Aquarius." Brad Frank Grinter, who was a nudist in real life, plays a news anchor who advises his cameraman ("Blood Feast" star William Kerwin) to spice up his marriage with a visit to a nudist camp.