Photos included in article "Angry Riders Demonstrate against Access-A-Ride"
Michael is on a scooter and holding up a
"Fix Access-A-Ride" sign at the demonstration. Next to him is Stacy in a wheelchair with her service dog, Lucky. Both Stacy and Lucky have signs. Lucky's sign says
"Access-A-Ride is inhumane."
Antoinette is holding her colorful sign that says it all:
"Stress-a-Ride!" Antoinette uses a scooter.
Pamela is looking at us and holding a sign that says,
"MTA, fix Access-A-Ride. Peter Kalikow and Lawrence Reuter - Meet with us! No More Late Pick-Ups! No More Stranded Riders!" Her sign also tells the MTA to meet with us and to stop picking people up late or stranding them.
Simi Linton, a disability rights consultant, author, and teacher, is facing us and smiling. She uses a wheelchair. In the background are demonstrators at the Access-A-Ride demonstration on April 30, 2002, at MTA headquarters.
Photos included in article "Overflow Crowd at MiCASSA Hearing Concludes ADAPT Action-Packed Week in Washington"
Carr and Nadina LaSpina at the May ADAPT Action. They, along with other protesters, are in wheelchairs in the street with white tape on each of their laps.