Incitement 2010 Volume 23 no.2

  • Fourth Annual FUN*RUN kicks-off a week of Disability Rights Advocacy in DC
  • DOJ and NGA agree to work with ADAPT
  • ADAPT confronts Pelosi at progressive conference, Eye Witness Report by Cassie James
  • ADAPT of Tennessee says, “Don’t Be a Fool-Lifts Don’t Work”, April 1, 2010, by Randy Alexander
  • ADAPT tells CNN’s David Vigilante and Dr. Sanjay Gupta to tell the truth about CCA, by Anita Cameron
  • Home Services Action in Chicago: 15 ADAPTers Arrested for Blocking Street, by Amber Smock
  • Disability and senior advocates rally to save independence: Service cuts threaten community-based services, by Amber Smock
  • Ongoing Action in California: Protest against Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed budget cuts to homecare program, by Blane Beckwith
  • Washington ADAPT Celebrates ADA 20th Anniversary, by Don Locke
  • Still battling the Institutional Bias eleven years after Olmstead Decision at Woods School, by Cassie James

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Incitement 2010 Volume 23 no.1

  • ADAPT in the land of Olmstead
  • ADAPT gets a decidedly uncivil reception at the HHS Office of Civil Rights
  • ADAPT Educates CNN on CCA!
  • Freedom Day: ADAPT calls on HHS to work with us on Olmstead Compliance
  • Join ADAPT in Washington DC, April 24-27, 2010!
  • Chicago ADAPT Fights Home Service Cuts, by Amber Smock
  • Dessert ADAPT continues their demand for pedestrian access at Cielo Vista Mall, by Frank Lozano
  • Kansas ADAPT rallies Topeka to keep the buses rolling, by Kevin Siek

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Incitement 2009 Volume 22 no.8

  • Community Choice Act National Kickoff Draws Thousands
  • ADAPT’s 2009 FUN*RUN for Disability Rights Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the Olmstead Decision!
  • ADAPT Hits DC on A Mission to Pass CCA!
  • ADAPT Follows DC Action with Nationwide Demonstrations in July
  • Virginia newest ADAPT member protests alone and wins
  • Philly ADAPT takes over SEPTA Buses
  • Disabled demonstrators take Westside corner to protest reduction in accessible apartments

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