We Don't Fit!
In front of Manhattan's Penn Station, a man in a motorized wheelchair with a red base is on the sidewalk and parked in front of an open door of a small yellow cab car. Behind the motorized-wheelchaired man is a woman in a blue denim, long-sleeved shirt and using a manual wheelchair while in front of the motorized-wheelchaired man is the cab driver looking at the open car door.
On the sidewalk in front of Manhattan's Penn Station, five people in wheelchairs line up for their so-called
"chance" at a taxi. The woman in front of the line, in a motorized wheelchair and wearing a hat and sunglasses, holds a sign reading
"TAXI!", while two other people in wheelchairs behind the woman holds signs with letters too small to read from this picture view.
Roll-in Line, Waiting for a Taxi
With yellow taxi cabs parked along the streets in front of Manhattan's Penn Station, the sidewalk holds the taxi waiting stand with a group of several people in wheelchairs lined up for their so-called
"chance" at a taxi.
At the Roll-In Demonstration
Two women in wheelchairs hold up signs reading
"TAXIS FOR ALL!" and (on a yellow cardboard)
"WE HAVE A CIVIL RIGHT TO ACCESSIBLE TAXIS - INTRO. 84 NOW!". Behind the two women stands a man with a beard in blue shirt and sunglasses. To the far left, in the background, are two men, one of which holding a portable television camera.
Meeting at the end of the Roll-In Demonstration
A group of people in wheelchairs are gathered in a circle outside on the sidewalks in front of Penn Station.
Hey, I need a taxi!
A woman in a motorized wheelchair with a closed big umbrella hanging on the back handle is parked in front of an open door of a small yellow cab car. To the right of the open car door stood a policeman with his hands in his jacket pockets.
DIA WEBSITE - A NEW LOOK
A photo of the front page of the Disabled In Action website.
A photo of Douglas Pucci (from the neck up), a recent computer science graduate of New York University's College of Arts and Science. He is the web designer and webmaster of the Disabled In Action website.
Lucy Birbiglia Getting an Award
Inside a room at City Hall and standing at a podium bearing the New York State logo, Lucy Birbiglia speaks after receiving an award from the person standing to the right (her left), New York City Comptroller William J. Thompson Jr., who is seen holding the award. The ceremony was held on October 27, 2003 in recognition of achievement for disability awareness.
Anita Apt Getting an Award
Inside a room at City Hall, Anita Apt, sitting in her scooter, receives an award which is seen being handed to her from New York City Comptroller William J. Thompson Jr. The ceremony was held on October 27, 2003 in recognition of achievement for disability awareness.