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Revamped White House Website Aims For Inclusivity And Accessibility

The Biden administration has made a handful of changes to the White House website, from adding gender-inclusive pronouns to its contact form to restarting Spanish-language communications.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrive at the White House on Wednesday. The Biden administration has made several changes to the White House website with an eye toward inclusivity and accessibility. Source: Jim Watson

Wednesday's inauguration ushered in new occupants of the White House, as well as a revamped White House website.

Shortly after President Biden and Vice President Harris took office, sharp-eyed Internet users noticed several major changes relating to the inclusivity and accessibility of the executive branch's official and a relaunch of the website.

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