6th Annual Disability Pride NYC Parade – 2020

(poster with a pink background showing 2 colorful hand drawn hearts and a picture of Marylin Saviola in her wheelchair. On the top of the poster it says “The 6th annual Disability Pride NYC Parade ADA 30”. Under Marylin’s picture it says “this years parade is dedicated to the memory of Marylin Saviola” On the bottom of the poster is the date of the parade JULY 12. Under that it says Disability Pride NYC disabilitypridenyc.org. The very bottom border shows 3 pictures from the parade. The one on the left has people, some in wheelchairs, in blue t shirts holding balloons, the one on the middle shows people holding a banner that says “celebrate diversity” disability pride and the picture on the left shows a woman and her daughter both in wheelchairs wearing pink sunglasses and and green t shirts and a man in a wheelchair, all 3 are smiling.)
Disability Pride NYC Parade poster for 2020
We invite you to participate in our CREATIVITY theme at this year’s parade. Costumes, floats, hats, T Shirts, decorated wheelchairs, etc… are all encouraged. Let your imagination run wild. There will be awards handed out for the most creative ideas.

SUNDAY JULY 12

GATHER AT MADISON SQUARE 10 AM
PARADE PROCEEDS DOWN BROADWAY AT 11 AM TO UNION SQUARE PARK
FESTIVAL STARTS IN UNION SQUARE PARK 12PM – 3 PM.

Second Annual Disability Pride Parade

DATE OF PARADE: July 10th, 10am Parade start: Union Square Park (E 16th St and Union Square West) Parade end: Madison Square Park (E 27th St and Madison Ave) Register for parade here AAR customers making reservations to attend July 10th festivities, please ask reservationist to use addresses in Places File for either: .       ‘Disability Pride Parade […]

Jazz Legends for Disability Pride

Jazz Legends for Disability Pride is a fund raiser Jazz concert on Jan 14, 2016 in partnership with the 2016 NYC Winter Jazz Fest. Jazz greats like Wynton Marsalis, Benny Golson, Christian McBride, Jimmy Cobb, Monty Alexander, Harold Mabern George Coleman,Buster Williams, Louis Hayes, Bill Charlap and many others will be featured. Because of this fund raiser last year Disability Pride NYC was able to realize the first annual Disability Pride Parade in New York City held on July 12, 2015. This is a night of music you will never forget because you will be part of something much deeper than simply a Jazz concert. You will experience a night of music that features the finest Jazz musicians in the world coming together and donating their talents in support of a very important and worthy cause. When that happens there’s a depth that is added to the music, and the night, that is truly unique.