This year’s parade will feature the creativity of the Disability Community: EXPRESS YOURSELF!
You can do that in way you choose – costumes, hats, t shirts, puppets, decorated wheelchairs, hairstyles, umbrellas, anything you can think of. Have fun with it. There will be awards for most creative ideas. This is not mandatory, just encouraged.
In July, a month after the Gay Pride March is scheduled to unfold, a different kind of pride procession is set to commence: the Disability Pride NYC parade. The impetus behind the inaugural march, which organizers call the first of its kind in New York City, might seem unlikely: the jazz pianist Mike LeDonne. Mr. […]
Jazz Legends Ron Carter, Benny Golson, Brad Mehldau, Jimmy Cobb, Harold Mabern, George Coleman, Bill Charlap and others will be heating up the Quaker Friends Meeting Hall on January 8th at Jazz Legends for Disability Pride, a fundraising jazz concert for the Disability Pride Parade celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act […]