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New images for DVP: San Francisco, Atlanta and Chicago!

Wow. The Disability Visibility Project is continually astounded by the generosity and enthusiasm by the disability community. As our first media partner, Patrick Cokley of Lead On Update created some images for our project during the initial launch in June. Patrick did it again, this time with city-specific images for the DVP!

Please share and use them!! Below are the images with a written description of each.

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Atlanta skyline with the following text superimposed over the image: ATL-THE A- A TOWN-BLACK MECCA- CITY IN A FOREST CITY OF TREES- THE BIG PEACH DOGWOOD CITY- HOTLANTA-CITY OF THE SOUTH-THE CITY TOO BUSY TO HATE-CONVENTION CITY OF DIXIE. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT'S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress Poster created by the Lead On Network for the Disability Visibility Project—Keep Calm and Lead On!  2014

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Atlanta skyline with the following text superimposed over the image: ATL-THE A- A TOWN-BLACK MECCA- CITY IN A FOREST CITY OF TREES- THE BIG PEACH DOGWOOD CITY- HOTLANTA-CITY OF THE SOUTH-THE CITY TOO BUSY TO HATE-CONVENTION CITY OF DIXIE. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT’S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. Poster created by the Lead On Network for the Disability Visibility Project—Keep Calm and Lead On! 2014

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Chicago skyline with the following text superimposed over the image: SECOND CITY WINDY CITY CHI-TOWN CITY OF THE BIG SHOULDERS CITY BY TE LAKE CITY IN A GARDEN CITY ON THE MAKE GREAT COMMERCIAL TREE HEART OF AMERICA MY KIND OF TOWN PARIS ON THE PRARIE SWEET HOME THAT TODDLING TOWN THE BIG ONION THE CITY BEAUTIFUL THE CITY THAT WORKS THE JEWEL OF THE MIDWEST THE THIRD COAST CHI-CITY. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT'S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Chicago skyline with the following text superimposed over the image: SECOND CITY WINDY CITY CHI-TOWN CITY OF THE BIG SHOULDERS CITY BY TE LAKE CITY IN A GARDEN CITY ON THE MAKE GREAT COMMERCIAL TREE HEART OF AMERICA MY KIND OF TOWN PARIS ON THE PRARIE SWEET HOME THAT TODDLING TOWN THE BIG ONION THE CITY BEAUTIFUL THE CITY THAT WORKS THE JEWEL OF THE MIDWEST THE THIRD COAST CHI-CITY. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT’S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. Poster created by the Lead On Network for the Disability Visibility Project—Keep Calm and Lead On! 2014

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Golden Gate Bride with the following text superimposed over the image: CITY BY THE BAY CITY THAT KNOWS HOW EVERYBODY’S FAVORITE CITY FOG CITY FRISCO GOLDEN CITY GOLD GATE CITY SAN FRAN SHAKY TOWN. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT'S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress

On the left half of the image is a photo of the Golden Gate Bride with the following text superimposed over the image: CITY BY THE BAY CITY THAT KNOWS HOW EVERYBODY’S FAVORITE CITY FOG CITY FRISCO GOLDEN CITY GOLD GATE CITY SAN FRAN SHAKY TOWN. On the right half of the image, text behind a black background. The text reads: BEHIND EVERY NAME IS A STORY…WHAT’S YOURS? Disability Visibility Project & StoryCorps invites you to record your story about the disability experience in America. http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com @DisVisibility #DisabilityVisibility Stories will be included in the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. Poster created by the Lead On Network for the Disability Visibility Project—Keep Calm and Lead On! 2014


 THANK YOU PATRICK & THE LEAD ON NETWORK!!!

In addition to his work at Lead On Update, Patrick Cokley is Policy Advisor, Office of Disability Employment Policy at U.S. Department of Labor.

For more on Patrick: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/patrick-cokley/7/296/3a8

The Lead On Update is the latest resource to find all of the week’s articles on technology, employment, and education as well as happenings on Capitol Hill as they relate to disability. The Update is published weekly and includes articles and resources from news outlets, the blogosphere and disability related listservs and organizations. Rather than subscribe to multiple lists or have to search the Internet for relevant content, check the Lead On Update weekly to learn what is happening in the disability community.

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