At Pochoir.NYC, we proudly support the disability rights movement, which advocates for the independence and self-determination of all people with disabilities. We recognize that disability is just one aspect of a person’s identity that intersects with race, gender, class, sexuality, body type, immigration status, and many more identities. We believe that all public spaces, especially websites, should be designed in such a way that they are accessible to all. Pochoir.NYC’s co-founder, Ceci Cholst Zeichner, grew up hard of hearing, so she understands the importance of being welcomed with open arms despite perceived differences.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA), all storefronts, including online stores, must be accessible. To that end, we have proudly installed Alumni Online Service’s WP ADA Compliance Plugin (link leads to new tab) in our backend to constantly scan the site to identify potential compliance issues. Together, site by site, we can build a better Internet that everyone can use. If you come across a compliance issue or have suggestions to make the site even more accessible, please contact us using this form (link opens in a new window).