2013 Disability Pride Parade
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12th Annual Disability Pride Parade
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Chicago, Illinois

 

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Parade will start in 110 Days, 7 Hours, 42 Minutes, 40 Seconds
Be included in the Program Book! Click DONATE to donate online as an individual!

 

 


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A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS THIS YEAR!

Want to help painlessly?

Go to www.GoodSearch.com and select Disability Pride Parade as the cause you're supporting. Then use GoodSearch instead of Google for your on-line searches. You'll earn a penny for the parade each time.

That may not sound like much, but it can easily add up to $15 or $20 over the course of a year.

You'll also have an opportunity to earn money for the parade through your on-line purchases and your dining experiences.

Welcome to the official site of the original Disability Pride Parade, the first of its kind in the United States.  Read our Mission Statement

Please also review the left-hand menu for specific information about the Parade
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The next committee meeting is this Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at Access Living
from 6:30 - 7:50 PM

The parade is only 110 Days, 7 Hours, 42 Minutes, 40 Seconds away!
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What's This We Hear About That Bus?

Yes! At this year's parade, the Road to Freedom Bus will be joining us for our celebrations.  The bus contains a traveling exhibit called the ADA Legacy Tour, and is a reminder that buses have played a major role in the disability rights movement.

Many people know that fighting for accessible buses was one of the biggest fights of the early disability movement.  In fact, here in Chicago, ADAPT and other local disability groups won a lawsuit to force our local transit authority to put lifts on buses, just before the ADA was passed. Plus, bus was how Justin and Yoshiko Dart traveled the country to host listening sessions that led to the creation of the ADA.

If you would like to learn more about the Road to Freedom Bus and the ADA Legacy Tour, please visit their website

 

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