[Image Descriptions] Scrolling images from DEE projects and events.
Picture 1: A large abstract painting of wheelchair art done by students.
Picture 2: Alan, DEE director and Izzy, DEE Education Outreach Specialist, posing in front of a diamond shaped red, white and blue tile in the Parkway Central Library in Philly. The tile is hanging on the wall and it says “Disability History Timeline. This timeline highlights the local and national milestones of the Disability Rights Movement. Though a vital part of our collective story, the movement’s history remains largely untold. We hope the timeline will ignite your curiosity and encourage you to look deeper into one of the country’s most compelling social movements. More information on these and other milestones visit tinyurl.com/fierce-kind-of-love *This timeline uses language that is historically accurate but no longer considered acceptable terminology. Produced by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University and Disability Equality in Education with support from Fringe Arts.
Picture 3: Tony in his manual red wheelchair poses in the lunchroom with 10 Millersville students in the lunch room. Tony has two thumbs up and the students are smiling wide.
Picture 4: Millersville student carries a sign that reads “Have pride in disability”. Behind them are other students holding signs that are obscured. They are outside on the Millersville campus.
Picture 5: Alan singing at the Spring Grove Diversity Festival holding his guitar in front of a black background.
Picture 6: Students standing and kneeling around a white canvas. Some are holding handheld wheels covered in paint to use on the canvas.
Picture 7: Three students in plain clothes pose smiling outside. The middle students holds a sign that reads “As educators we support inclusion”, The student on the right is carrying a sign that reads “Piss on Pity, inclusion, We have abilities not disabilities,” Some of the words on her sign are cut off.
Picture 8: Outside on the Millersville campus a cloudy day with some rain on the ground. 2 Students carry a banner that reads “Disability Pride” in big letters. Each letter is made up of pictures of people with disabilities celebrating in Philadelphia. Underneath the banner reads “Disability Pride Lead on”. In the background there are people in wheelchairs and students in yellow shirts.