Advocacy - Stock Photography of Advocay for the Disabled

 Advocacy - Stock Photography of Advocay for the Disabled

Signs, speeches, anger, hope, and dreams are all part of the advocacy movement for people with disabilities. Against the background of our nations Capitol, hundreds of people in wheelchairs, crutches, and scooters converge on the rally. Images on this powerful CD include:
  • Self-Advocates presenting a petition to allow a person in an institution to live in the community
  • People with both with physical and mental disabilities, at a Rally & March advocating for civil rights for people with disabilities
  • Two community leaders, a woman with mental retardation providing assistance to a man who is blind and has mental retardation
  • Man with multiple disabilities speaking to a group of self-advocates
  • Teenagers with severe disabilities interacting with others
  • Two friends with a guide/service dog
  • Advocates with the visual and hearing impairments
  • Man in a manual wheelchair playing a guitar at a March in Washington, DC
  • A man in a wheelchair prepares to speak at an outdoor rally in Washington D.C.
  • Another older gentleman plays a guitar and signs as he advocates for the rights of the disabled.
  • Woman dressed as the Statute of Liberty symbolizes the freedom and independence sought by the disabled community.
  • With the nations capitol looming in the background, a young man listens to speakers at the Washington rally.
  • Disabled activists carry signs saying "No More Broken Promises".

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Rédigé le 2020-11-05

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