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Empowering the Disability Community to Vote and Be Counted!

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction During this presentation, we will emphasize the importance of equitable civic engagement for everyone, including the disability community. Voting and completing the census is an important way to ensure that our collective voices are heard. We will encourage people with disabilities to be active in creating… Continue reading →

Poster Making Class

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction Create a poster to let the everyone know what the Americans with Disabilities Act means to you! This class, led by an art therapist, will challenge you to think about your ADA story and how the ADA has impacted your life. You will need a poster… Continue reading →

No Rulz Dance Party

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" WE LOVE OUR DANCE PARTIES!!! Join us Friday August 21st at 1:30PM for a No Rulz Dance Party on Zoom. The Zoom meeting will open at 1:15 because dancing will be starting promptly at 1:30.

Black Disability History and Activism

This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the ADA, it's important to know our history fighting for disability rights. Often, the history of Black disabled activists and their significant contributions are left out from the disability rights movement. Black people with disabilities have always resisted the ableism and… Continue reading →

Navigating Life During the Pandemic

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" "Join us for a guided discussion about living through a pandemic while having a disability. We will share our experiences, concerns, and resources. This conversation is open to people of disabilities of all ages and their caregivers. This event requires advance registration. In order to provide… Continue reading →

Closing Ceremonies

"This event is ASL Interpreted. For captioning click here:https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CallForAction" Join ADA Cleveland as we relfect on the last 30 days of the Call for Access for Awards, a video tribute and more!

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND HIP HOP WORKSHOP WITH Q+A

Virtual Screening, Movement Workshop & Q+A - JMaxx and the Universal Language FILM AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 3-10.JMaxx and the Universal Language: A teenager with autism turns to dance as a way to better express himself. Ian, A Moving Story: Ian who uses a wheelchair. All he wants is to make friends, but discrimination keeps… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND FREE CHILDREN’S ART ACTIVITY

Virtual Screening and Mosaic Art Project FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 3-10.Ian, A Moving Story is about Ian who uses a wheelchair. All he wants is to make friends, but discrimination keeps him away from the playground. This film is being featured free to stream on October 3rd-10th.JMaxx and the Universal Language: A teenager… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND FILMMAKER Q+A: ART SHORTS

Virtual Screening, Art Talk & Q+A - Art Shorts FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 9-16.Don’t Foil My Plans: Justin, an artist with autism in his mid-twenties, wants to pursue an independent life. But what appears simple on paper is not so easily realized. While learning social norms and professional etiquette, Justin learns to navigate… Continue reading →

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND Q+A: SOCK GUYS – 25 PROSPECT ST

Virtual Screening and Q+A - Sock Guys, 25 Prospect St. FILMS AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 16-23.25 Prospect St: A look at the sparkle and struggles of the Prospector Theater—a nonprofit movie theater in Connecticut with a mission of meaningful employment for people with disabilities. Sock Guys: A peek inside a unique business owned and… Continue reading →

Mental Health & You

This event will be captioned and ASL interpreted The ADAMHS Board presents an overview of Topics include:Mental Health-Depression and Anxiety Self Care is a Journey and a Process Resources for Help

VIRTUAL SCREENING AND Q+A – CODE OF THE FREAKS

Virtual Screening and Q+A - Code of the Freaks FILM AVAILABLE TO STREAM (FREE) OCTOBER 23-30.FILMCode of the Freaks: Taking its title from Tod Browning’s classic film, this radical reframing of how characters with disabilities are represented looks at a century of Hollywood favorites with a fresh perspective. Disability activists imagine a cinematic landscape that… Continue reading →