Partners Helping Preserve

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Gallaudet University
Gallaudet University offers a virtual exhibit on the history of the Deaf President Now! protest in 1988, an event that precipitated passage of The Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990.
Institute on Human Development and Disability
The Georgia Disability History Alliance, sponsored by the Institute on Human Development and Disability, is partnering with The ADA Legacy Project to promote the collection and archiving of materials related to the history of the disability rights movement.
Harvey Finkle - Photojournalist
Harvey Finkle, a documentary still photographer with a long history of working with the disability rights movement, is sharing his iconic photographs with The ADA Legacy Project.
A Disability History of the United States
Kim Nielsen, author of A Disability History of the United States (published by Beacon Press), is partnering with The ADA Legacy Project to assist with our efforts to preserve disability history.
Gravestone marked "Unknown"
The Memorial of Recovered Dignity is a national memorial to remember once-forgotten psychiatric patients.

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