July is Disability Pride Month, so we have put together resources for you and your family to explore.
Be sure to explore the online archives of the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement at the University of California Berkeley. You can also read more about Disability Pride Month and the disability rights movement by visiting PBS online.
Good Housekeeping has a great article on the significance of the disability pride flag and the meaning of each of the colors incorporated into the flag.
In the Greater New York City Area there are several events being hosted throughout the month. The New York Public Library has put together a calendar of upcoming events being hosted at libraries throughout the city.
The New York Bontanical Gardens will be celebrating disability pride throughout the month with multi-sensory experiences, plant talks, and other programming.
Disability Unite will be holding a festival on July 16th in New York City at Central Park. Additional information and the RSVP form are available online.