THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY’ S PRIDE QUILT
What is the Disability Community’s Pride Quilt?
The Pride Quilt is a beautiful, continually growing quilt made by members of our disability community. It is a unified, creative expression of disability pride and love for our community.
Nearly 100 people with disabilities and allies have contributed to the quilt to date. The quilt squares are put together in panels of 20. Title squares provide information on the date and location of each panel (when and where it was made.)
Can my community make a panel for the Pride Quilt?
The Community Pride Quilt is absolutely available to come to your hometown. We love watching it grow! Just e-mail Gil to get the ball rolling!
Be sure to view some of the quilt squares made in San Francisco, CA and San Jose, CA.-click on the photo album menu bar.
✓ The First Annual West Coast Disability Pride Parade, San Jose, CA July 24, 2010. View all 18 squares.
✓ It’s Normal: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the ADA San Francisco, CA July 26, 2010. View all 78