Partners Helping Educate

The ADA Image Project
A photographic celebration of the progress we've made towards fuller integration and greater opportunities for all people with disabilities to enjoy American life. The Project is creating a 2015 calendar, prints, and a coffee table book.
Released in 2013, CinemAbility is a star-studded film that analyzes the portrayal of people with disabilities in the media throughout history.
Disability Studies Quarterly
Disability Studies Quarterly, the journal of the Society for Disability Studies, is issuing a special issue on the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2015.
ADA 25 Celebrate PSA uses universal design and the video is accessible without having to click on any features. In addition the PSA is accompanied by a full text description. The 46 sec PSA marks the 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This PSA highlights several events leading up to as well as the signing of the ADA by President George H. W. Bush on July 26, 1990. Included in the PSA is a commemorative logo designed by Dan Wilkins as well as historic black and white photographs provided by Tom Olin including a march, the Capitol crawl and other demonstrations by persons with disabilities and their supporters. The YouTube channel ADA 25 Celebrate! Hosts the PSA. The channel has a playlist with educational and entertaining information about the ADA. categories are ADA Arts and Design, ADA History, How will you Celebrate ADA25? And Happy Birthday ADA. ADA 25 Celebrate YouTube channel is interactive and is providing a way for the community to become informed, inform others as well as engage. The channel will host videos 30 second or less answering the question How will you celebrate ADA25? Since the 100 day launch of this project new videos are added to the playlist. The playlist also related to the PSA and Partners.
I Am Olmstead
I Am Olmstead is a website sponsored by Atlanta Legal Aid, the organization that successfully brought the historic case, Olmstead v. L.C., to the U.S. Supreme Court. The website tells the stories of people whose lives have been impacted by the decision.