ADA25 Georgia Legacy Parade

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act by marching in the

ADA25 Georgia Legacy Parade

Saturday, June 13, 2015 2 - 6 PM

Parade assembly will begin at 1:30 p.m. - RAIN OR SHINE! - at Hardy Ivy Park located across from the SunTrust Bank Building and the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Peachtree Street. The parade will advance down Baker Street, turn into Centennial Park and conclude at the Southern Company Amphitheatre for a program that celebrates the achievements of the Americans with Disabilities Act over the last 25 years. 

ADA25 Parade Program 

Frank Wyman will emcee the program that features:

  • Simi Linton, one of America’s foremost experts on disability and the arts, reading from Claiming Disability: Knowledge & Identity
  • Keynote Speaker: Claudia Gordon, Current U. S. Department of Labor Chief-of-Staff and the first known deaf African American female lawyer
  • Performance by Full Radius Dance Company, a fully-integrated, professional dance company featuring dancers with and without disabilities
Be a part of the celebration!  Complete the form below to march in the parade:

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Sponsorship Opportunities are still available:

Checks may be made payable to:
Statewide Independent Living Council of Georgia, Inc.
315 West Ponce de Leon Ave.
Suite 660
Decatur, GA 30030
Please add “ADA25 GA Legacy” to the memo line. 

Spread the Word! Download a flyer to share with your friends!
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Have questions or want to get involved? Contact us at  

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The Georgia ADA25 Legacy Coalition is made up of the following like-minded partner organizations: Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Concrete Change, disABILITY Link, Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities, Georgia Disability History Alliance, Georgia State University Center for Leadership in Disability, One Billion Rising, the Shepherd Center, Statewide Independent Living Council of Georgia and University of Georgia Institute on Human Development and Disability. We would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, Georgia State Financing & Investment Commission State ADA Coordinator's Office and the Society for Disability Studies. The Coalition also gratefully acknowledges the following additional sponsors: Diversified Enterprises, Easter Seals of Southern Georgia, Georgia Advocacy Office and Georgia Municipal Association.