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ADA Legacy Bus Tour came to Indiana

Three Stops in Three Days: June 18th, 19th, and 20th


The ADA Legacy Bus visited the Hoosier State on June 18th, 19th, and 20th. The ADA Legacy Bus Tour kicked off last July in Houston with the goal of visiting as many states in order to raise awareness and excitement about the coming 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Find out more about the ADA Legacy Project and ADA Legacy Bus Tour: http://www.adalegacy.com/ada25/ada-legacy-tour


Thursday, June 18th in Indianapolis
Hosted by Anthem 


Photo of Indiana Bus Stop

Anthem hosted the Indianapolis ADA Legacy Bus Tour Stop on June 18th. There was a great turnout for the event at Monument Circle.

Check out more photos from the Indianapolis stop on ADA-Indiana's Facebook Photo Album.

Friday, June 19th in Bloomington
Hosted by Indiana Institute on Disability and Community 


Photo of the Southern Center for Independent Living in Bloomington

On June 19th, the ADA Legacy Bus Stop in Bloomington coincided with the opening reception for an exhibition, "The Disability Experience in Monroe County" in the Community Voices Gallery at the Monroe County History Center.

Check out more photos from the Bloomington stop on ADA-Indiana's Facebook Photo Album

Saturday, June 20th in Monticello
Hosted by the City of Monticello and the Mayor's ADA Advisory Committee


Photograph of group at in front of ADA Bus at IU Health White Memorial Hospital

The City of Monticello and the Monticello Mayor’s Advisory Council for People with Disabilities hosted a half-day ceremony and event for the national ADA Legacy Bus Tour on June 20th at IU Health White Memorial Hospital.The ADA Bus was escorted through town by the Monticello Fire Department. 

Check out more photos from the Monticello stop on ADA-Indiana's Facebook Photo Album


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