DREDF’s 38th Anniversary Celebration Honoring ADAPT, October 23, 2017

Event poster

Adapt logo with portrait of Bruce Darling below it.

Bruce Darling

Honoring ADAPT

Represented by
BRUCE DARLING

President/CEO of the Center for Disability Rights

National ADAPT organizer

President of NCIL

Tammy Duckworth, official portrait, 113th Congress
With a Message From
Senator
Tammy
Duckworth

Emcee
LAWRENCE CARTER-LONG

Accommodations and Transportation

The Ed Roberts Campus is wheelchair accessible; sign language interpreters and real-time captioning will be provided. Please refrain from using scented products. The Ed Roberts Campus is located at Berkeley’s Ashby BART Station.
Complete transportation and parking information.

DREDF IS DEEPLY GRATEFUL TO OUR EARLY SPONSORS:

Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation

 

Rise Up As One

 

 

A T and T

 

 

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

 

 

Rosen Bien Galvan and Grunfeld LLP

 

Kaiser Permanente

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford

Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP

 

Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian and Ho. Civil Rights Workers' and Rights Class Action Attorneys.

CREEC. Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center.

Kazan, McClain, Satterley and Greenwood. A Professional Law Corporation. Helping Asbestos Victims Since 1974

Jacobson Education Law

 

Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville PC. Attorneys at Law.

Campins Benham-Baker

 

Ken Stein and Ingrid Tischer

Lori and Ray DePole on
behalf of Decoding Dyslexia CA

Kathi Pugh and Josh Maddox

Jack Lin Family Foundation

Stanley Yarnell and Victor Rowley

Jianan Xu

Elong International, Inc.

Yoshiko Dart

Tony Coelho

Beatrice Burgess

Lainey Feingold and Randy Shaw

George Steneberg

Claudia Center

Om and Ratna Gupta

Peter and Anneli Korn

Christina Mills-Gelardin and Eli Gelardin

Jackson Lane

Anne Cohen and Mark Millet

Dorene Giacopini and Steve Wilson

Steve Kaye and Mitch LaPlante

Judith Heumann and Jorge Pineda

Jim LeBrecht and Sara Bolder

Ann Cupolo Freeman and Sam Freeman

About DREDF

Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF) is a leading national civil rights law and policy center committed to a world where all people live full and independent lives free of discrimination. Founded in 1979 in Berkeley, CA by people with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities, DREDF continues to promote equal citizenship and full integration of people with disabilities into the mainstream of community life. 38th Anniversary event proceeds will safeguard the economic security, safety, and dignity of children and adults with disabilities by improving access to healthcare, public benefits, transportation, digital and streaming video, and education through our legal, policy, and parent advocacy work. DREDF is a tax-exempt organization with a 501(c)3 number 94-2620758.