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A D A P T |

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Proclamation

Be it known that

Whereas,
The Free Our People March and Rally is an effort to call attention to and build support for the Medicaid Community Attendant Services and Supports Act (MiCASSA); and,

Whereas,
More than 100 disability rights supporters, including 28 from Texas, will participate in the March from Philadelphia to Washington, DC; and,

Whereas,
This Medicaid bill will help give disabled and older Americans a choice of home- or community-based long-term care rather than institutionalization in a nursing home;

Now, Therefore,
I, Will Wynn, Mayor of the City of Austin, Texas, do hereby recognize Austinites participating

September 4 - 17, 2003
in
ADAPT's Free Our People March & Rally

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Austin to be affixed this 28th day of August in the  Year Two Thousand Three

/S/

Will Wynn, Mayor, City of Austin


 

 

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DRAWING: A t-shirt with the FOP logo on the front.

Get the official ADAPT Free Our People T-Shirt.

T-Shirt Order Form.

ADAPT’s FREE OUR PEOPLE “Songs of Freedom.” 

CD Order Form.

Original artwork from the Free Our People March - By Sher Stewart.

Photos of her work.

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