Parades

 Picture by Tom Olin [Image description] A large group of  disability activists in wheelchairs outside in the city. Woman holding a sign which says, “REDIRECT 25% “. Man standing while leaning on woman’s wheelchair and holding the ADAPT flag. Another activist holds onto the other end of the flag with one hand.

Parades are powerful displays when it comes to Disability Pride. They increase visibility of people with disabilities to show there is no shame. They also encourage participation of the whole college community. They can make a huge impact on campus! We can work with your students and faculty to create an amazing march or parade.

[Image Description] Three female Millersville students holding signs marching outside during the Disability Pride Day parade. Student with red braids holding a sign that reads “Have PRIDE in Disability”.