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A D A P T |

A D A P T  Action Report |



It's ADAPT's 20th Anniversary!

Remember the day we shut down Pennsylvania Ave during rush hour?

Or when we blocked the San Francisco cable cars?ADAPT crowd at the MiCASSA introduction.

How about the streets of Montreal?

The Federal Building in Atlanta?

The crawl up the steps of the Capitol?

When we shut down the Department of Justice?

Had a photo-op with the Oak Ridge Boys in Tennessee?

Marched through a snow storm in Columbus?

Took over the Governor's office in Memphis?

Crawled under the police cars Hubert H Humphrey Health and Human Services building?

We want everyone that has been on an ADAPT action to join us for this historic Free Our People March & Rally at the Capitol. It will be a reunion never to be forgotten!

20 years of civil rights activism and celebration of our will to live and thrive!


Make your plans TODAY! Call Tisha for a room in DC 303/733-9324 mcunningham53@comcast.net Rooms are going FAST!

Several people have asked about this... If you can possibly make it to DC -- DO IT! You will be glad you did!

Support the FREE OUR PEOPLE March and Rally.

The Free Our People March and Rally will be a major event in disability
rights history. Hundreds of activists leaving Philadelphia on September 4th
will be "Marching on Congress" to support MiCASSA, Medicaid reform and implementation of the most integrated setting vision of the ADA.

On September 17th we will Rally in Washington, DC, 1pm Upper Senate Park (on Constitution Ave between Delaware and New Jersey Aves). This will the largest gathering of disability rights activists since the signing of the ADA.

Please join us in DC on September 17th.

The National ADAPT website | The ADAPT Action Report | MiCASSA Information
A series of black and white photos of solemn ADAPT members
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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.

British style police officer with the universal access symbol on his hat. TEXT: Bobby Approved volumn 3.2 Text Graphic: Free Our People dot O R G


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