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Over 200 ADAPT activists marching on the streets of Washington DC
Nicky selling ADAPT T-shirts
ADAPTers gather at AFSCME President Lee Saunders’ home in DC demanding that he support DIA
ADAPT members gathered at Attorney General Sessions’ apartment in DC to demand that he make the integration and civil rights of disabled Americans a priority at the Department of Justice.
ADAPT activists start marching as early as 5 AM for the Graham-Cassidy hearing
ADAPT activists waiting outside the Senate Finance Committee meeting room for the Graham-Cassidy bill hearing.
Mike, German, Nicky and Susan seen inside the Graham-Cassidy bill hearing room along with 14 other ADAPT members.
Over 115 ADAPT activists were arrested at the Dirksen building protesting during the Graham-Cassidy bill hearing, saving Medicaid and fighting for the civil rights of disabled Americans
ADAPT activists from Wisconsin joined by others demanding that Sen. Johnson support the Disability Integration Act
ADAPTers gathered at a healtcare rally hosted by Senator Casey and featuring Senators Cory Booker, Chuck Schumer and many others.
ADAPT activists at HHS blocked the entrances to the building calling on HHS and the Trump Administration to prioritize policies that will ensure the integration and equality of disabled Americans.
ADAPT members speaking with undersecretary John A. Bardis demanding that HHS work with FDA to release the final rules to stop the use to torturous aversives at the Judge Rotenberg Center.
Over 200 ADAPT activists gathered at the HHS Secretary Tom Price’s Home calling on Mr. Price to ensure the integration and equality of disabled Americans.
ADAPT members heading over to the Capitol hill to make hill visits asking to support the Disability Integration Act