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ACCESS FOR ALL: TOM OLIN’S PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE DISABILITY RIGHTS MOVEMENT
The Chicago History Museum is proud to host an exhibition of images by renowned disability rights photographer Tom Olin. The nineteen framed prints, on loan from the permanent art collection at Access Living, depict the activists who brought about the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act in July 1990.
JAPAN – U.S. DISCUSSION ON DISABILITY RIGHTS
In recognition of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, CSCI and Access Living will co-host a panel and reception to celebrate the anniversary and its impact on people with disabilities around the world, featuring Ms. Emi Uchimura from Muchu CIL (Osaka) and Kathleen Borland, Chair of the Social Services Committee of CSCI.
ADAPTIVE GOLF SYMPOSIUM AT JACKSON PARK GOLF COURSE
Come join the 25th Anniversary celebration of the American’s With Disabilities Act being signed by President H.W. Bush and how it is shaping the game of golf today. Golf is “Anyone’s Game” and a symposium will take place at Jackson Park Golf Course range on Monday, August 3 from 11:00AM – Noon in conjunction with The World’s Largest Golf Outing in support of the Wounded Warrior Project.
ASL TOUR AT THE FREDERICK C. ROBIE HOUSE
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is proud to introduce American Sign Language tours and Touch Tours at its historic sites:
ASL Tour Sunday, August 23 at 4 pm – Frederick C. Robie House