People with Disabilities Awareness Day: The 25th Anniversary. Reach out and make it great
For 25 years, telling your story has been the most powerful way to engage and inform elected leaders at People with Disabilities Awareness Day at the state Capitol. Thank you. This year, our date is Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
You may have heard most space inside and outside the Capitol is not available due to construction. This means no exhibitors, entertainment or space for 900+ people with disabilities and supporters. That’s OK. We still have creative ways to share your stories and keep the PWDAD spirit alive.
Whether you’re a person with a disability, a supporter, an exhibitor, an employer or a community partner, we can reach out together with calls, emails, success stories, notes, videos and social media on or near March 10. Can we count on you? If yes, please sign up here for #PWDAD2020 updates. Connect. Reach out. And continue to tell your powerful stories.
Let us see your pics - #PWDAD2020
Agenda March 10
|Wake up —||Change your your social media profile and announce your support for this day.|
|Call or email your own Legislator and tell them what is important to you.|
|At your morning break —||Share other social media posts or leave a comment on one or two.|
|At lunch —||Encourage co-workers and friends to make some noise.|
|After work —||Check out all the posts everyone else posted using #PWDAD2020|
See what's happening - #PWDAD2020
Please use the hashtag #PWDAD2020 and post comments and photos.
The Facebook link below will take you to the page and show you posts from anyone who has posted using the #PWDAD2020.