Accessibility Statement

The Boston Courier, an esteemed publication of the Enspirers News Group, is dedicated to ensuring that our journalism is accessible to everyone. We are committed to providing unfiltered World News and trusted coverage of Politics, Business, Tech, and more, in ways that are inclusive and accessible to all individuals, including those with disabilities.

Accessibility Standards

To meet our commitment, The Boston Courier strives to adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level AA standards. These guidelines help ensure that our website is accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities, including those with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological disabilities.

Key Accessibility Features

Website Design

  • Text Alternatives: We provide text alternatives for non-text content so that it can be changed into other forms that people need, such as large print, braille, speech, symbols, or simpler language.
  • Keyboard Accessible: Our website is fully navigable using a keyboard, ensuring that users who cannot use a mouse can still access all content and functionality.
  • Readable Text: We ensure that text is readable and understandable, with sufficient contrast between text and background colors.
  • Resizable Text: Users can resize text up to 200% without loss of content or functionality.

Multimedia Content

  • Captions and Transcripts: We provide captions for all video content and transcripts for audio content, ensuring that users who are deaf or hard of hearing can access our multimedia content.
  • Descriptive Audio: Where applicable, we include descriptive audio to convey essential visual information in our video content.

User-Generated Content

On, where user-generated content is published and contributed, we encourage and support our community in creating accessible content. We provide guidelines and resources to help contributors understand and implement accessibility best practices.

Ongoing Efforts

Accessibility is an ongoing effort, and we are continually working to improve the accessibility of our website and content. We conduct regular audits and user testing to identify and address potential accessibility issues. We also stay informed about the latest accessibility standards and best practices to ensure that our website remains compliant and user-friendly.

Feedback and Assistance

We welcome feedback from our users on the accessibility of The Boston Courier. If you encounter any accessibility barriers or have suggestions on how we can improve accessibility, please contact us. We are committed to addressing accessibility issues promptly and effectively.

Contact Us

For any accessibility-related queries or feedback, please reach out to us at:

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We are here to assist you and ensure that our content is accessible to everyone.

The Boston Courier is dedicated to making our journalism accessible to all individuals. Through ongoing efforts and a commitment to accessibility standards, we aim to provide an inclusive and barrier-free experience for all our readers.

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The Boston Courier
An Enspirers Publication
Committed to Accessibility and Inclusion