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Jul 28, 2012
Commemorate 22 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a day-long celebration. Unveiling of wheel chair used by disability rights activist Justin Dart, Jr. while flanking President George H.W. Bush at the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990, photography exhibition, interactive booths, Disability Pride March, reception.
Participate in the Disability Pride March starting at the National Constitution Center and ending at the Liberty Bell.
9:30am: Doors open, booths, tables, discussion
11am-12noon: Unveiling ceremony for Justin Dart Jr.’s wheelchair at the National Constitution Center (525 Arch St.)
12noon-2pm: Speakers, performers & joint photo exhibition by documentary photographers Tom Olin & Harvey Finkle at the National Constitution Center
2pm-3:30pm: Disability Pride March on Independence Mall
3:30pm-5:30pm: Reception at Liberty Resources (714 Market St., Atrium Lobby)
National Constitution Center
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