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Partners Helping Celebrate
Abilities Expo is partnering with The ADA Legacy Project to provide exhibit space for the 2014 - 2015 Legacy Tour.
The Interfaith Disability Advocacy Coalition (http://www.aapd.com/what-we-do/interfaith/) of the American Association of Persons with Disabilities and the National Collaborative on Faith and Disability (http://faithanddisability.org/) have initiated the ADA25 and Faith Campaign to encourage faith communities and organizations to sponsor and join in celebrations and activities related to ADA25. Congregations can sign a Faith Community Proclamation (http://www.adaanniversary.org/faithcommunity) recommitting to the vision of the ADA as well as customize resources to educational and celebrative events (http://faithanddisability.org/projects/ada-25th-anniversary/). Publicity (http://www.aapd.com/resources/press-room/aapd-ada-and-faith-communities.html) is going out through religious organizations and networks but people with disabilities, families and disability organizations can also play a vital role by inviting their own faith community and/or others in their community to participate.
The ADA National Network is partnering with The ADA Legacy Project to expand its ADA Anniversary Tool Kit for ADA25 in 2015.
Beacon Press is working with author Lennard Davis to publish a book on the history and impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act, scheduled for publication in 2015.
The Disability Rights Center is lending use of its "Road to Freedom" RV for The ADA Legacy Tour. Driven by disability rights photographer Tom Olin, the RV will travel across the country with the Tour to help raise awareness and excitement about ADA25.