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Access Living’s Disability Independence Bash -- -- to – Stop by Access Living to learn more about all we do. There will be a rooftop bar-b-que – come eat with us! We will also have panels on employment and disability. 115 W. Chicago Avenue.
Power to the People - - The Fundamentals of Direct Organizing, The Helen Morley Award will be announced. 115 W. Chicago Avenue.
Access Chicago (a disability resource fair) - for more info) at Navy Pier. This is going to be a great event to network and participate in fun activities as well as learn about disability supports. (
Access Living & Bodies of Work Present: Disability, Institutions and Prisons: Connecting deinstitutionalization and prison abolition - at Access Living, 115 W. Chicago Ave. A conversation with Liat Ben-Moshe, Assistant Professor of Disability Studies at the University of Toledo, with a response from Carrie Kaufman of Access Living.
Disability Pride Open Mic: at First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington Street. Register to participate by . Attendance is free and open to everyone. If you would like to read a story, a poem, or sing etc, contact Mary Delgado at Access Living (115 W Chicago Ave, Chicago), 312-640-2118.
The Disability Pride Parade! -- www.disabilityprideparade.org! The Parade is also in need of donations to make the day a success. – to -- Every year, Access Living participates in this awesome, uplifting event. Bring your family, bring your friends. The start of the parade is Harold Washington Library 400 S State St, the Plymouth Court entrance. The finish of the parade is 50 W Washington St. Be sure to register at