I don't remember how many times I've been arrested. I lost count years ago. Unfortunately such dramatic actions are necessary to get our struggles to the attention of government, the media, the general public.
I wish we could stop fighting. But so many of our people are still incarcerated in nursing homes and other institutions, so many are still living below the poverty level, so many are being denied basic human rights, including the right to live... The Americans with Disabilities Act has been eviscerated in our courts, its promise of equality still remains unfulfilled... We still face prejudice and discrimination in every area of our lives on a daily basis...
So we have no choice but to keep fighting. Activism must come first.
DIA ACTIVIST articles
TLC Sit-IN (2002)
Remembering Justin (2002)
Happy Birthday ADA (2000)
Supreme Court Rulings: Victory and Defeats (1999)
Don't Tread On The ADA (1999)
We Want To Live (1997)
We will RIde (1996)
They Don't Want To Be Like Us(1995)
Anti-Telethon Protest (1994)
ABLE NEWS articles
ADAPT Demands - November 2005
ADAPT Calls on Bush - April 2004
Civil Rights Director Meets ADAPT - January 2003
ADAPT Visits DC - June 2002
NY ADAPT Targets Pataki's Office - February 2001
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