ADA 10

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While we plan ADA 25, lets look back at ADA 10
http://www.adalegacy.com/ada25/spirit-torch-relay-look-back-ada10

 
Clinton Administration's Proclamation- ADA 10
https://clintonwhitehouse3.archives.gov/WH/New/html/20000703.html
President George Bush Medals presented to 6 honorees
https://dredf.org/2000/01/31/president-bush-award-bush-medal-six-ada-advocates/
Office of Personnel Management MEMO
https://www.chcoc.gov/content/spirit-ada-torch-relay
AbleTV.net covers ADA 10 Events
https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/w3c-wai-ig/2000JulSep/0164.html
ADA 10 Spirit of the Torce Relay Route
June 17- Houston
Austin
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Phoenix
Salt Lake City
Denver
Topeka
St. Louis
July 3- Madison
Chicago
Memphis
Jackson
July 15- Montgomery
Warm Springs
July 17- Tallahassee
Atlanta
Columbia
July 25- Washington, D.C.
Philadelphia
Auburn Hills/Detriot
August 3- Boston
August 7- New York City
https://www.gulfwinds.org/spirit-of-ada-torch-relay/
https://news.wisc.edu/spirit-of-ada-torch-relay-events-schedule/
Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, Faces of the ADA - ADA Stories and Photos
https://www.ada.gov/10thpage.htm
Equal Employment Opportunity Commissioner Particiaptes in ADA 10 Torch Relay
https://www.eeoc.gov/es/node/18778
Microsoft's Accessibility Strategist, Greg Lowney, delivered remarks on August 3 during the Spirit of the ADA Torch Relay in Boston
https://news.microsoft.com/2000/03/08/spirit-of-the-ada-torch-relay/
New Mobility Magazine's Person of the Year, Mark Johnson
https://www.newmobility.com/2001/01/person-of-the-year-mark-johnson/

 
Brown University's Americal Associaion of People with Disability records
http://www.riamco.org/render?eadid=US-RPB-ms2014.020&view=inventory