Help preserve the ADA Legacy Tour Bus

The ADA Legacy Tour bus is a moving testament to the work of thousands of disability rights activists. Help us preserve it for the future.

Wrapped in a series of photos from the disability rights movement, the ADA Legacy Tour bus pays tribute to the cross-disability efforts that led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA Legacy Tour bus is currently traveling across the U.S. to unite communities in celebrating the 25th anniversary of the ADA this coming July 26. To date, the bus has traveled to 18 states and more than 11,500 miles.

This bus was originally procured for the 2006-2007 Road to Freedom Tour, which sought to engage the nation on the story of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the need for amendments to further the law’s impact. Both the Road to Freedom and the ADA Legacy Tours are inspired by the historic 50-state journey taken by the husband-and-wife team of Justin and Yoshiko Dart in 1988 to garner grassroots support for the yet-to-be-passed Americans with Disabilities Act.

Get Your Official ADA25 Gear!

Show your disability pride! Get your Official ADA25 gear – t-shirts, bracelets, tattoos, and more! All proceeds benefit The ADA Legacy Project and The ADA Legacy Tour!

Show your ADA25 pride! Get your official ADA25 gear today! We offer:

T-shirts: featuring the official ADA25 logo on the front and the ADA25 slogan – “Disability rights ARE civil rights!” – on the back.

Shirts are medium weight (5.4 oz) Black 100% Pre-Shrunk Cotton, available in Youth Medium (10/12) through Adult 5XL. Shirts are available in black or white. Both options have red, white, and blue artwork on both front and back.

Latex-free silicone bracelets that say, “Disability Rights ARE Civil Rights.” Bracelets are red with blue letters and measure 8 inches around.
ADA25 buttons: one-inch pinback buttons are white and feature the ADA25 logo in red and blue.

Disability Rights ARE Civil Rights buttons: one-inch pinback buttons are white and feature the slogan in red,

Wrap the ADA Legacy Tour Bus This Holiday Season!

The ADA Legacy Tour bus is a moving testament to the work of thousands of disability rights activists. Help us preserve it for the future.

Wrapped in a series of photos from the disability rights movement, the ADA Legacy Tour bus pays tribute to the cross-disability efforts that led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA Legacy Tour bus is currently traveling across the U.S. to unite communities in celebrating the 25th anniversary of the ADA this coming July 26. To date, the bus has traveled to 18 states and more than 11,500 miles.

This bus was originally procured for the 2006-2007 Road to Freedom Tour, which sought to engage the nation on the story of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the need for amendments to further the law’s impact. Both the Road to Freedom and the ADA Legacy Tours are inspired by the historic 50-state journey taken by the husband-and-wife team of Justin and Yoshiko Dart in 1988 to garner grassroots support for the yet-to-be-passed Americans with Disabilities Act.

Check Out the New and Improved ADA Legacy Tour Bus!

Thanks to your support in our holiday crowdsourcing campaign, as well as to the U.S Business Leadership Network, The ADA Legacy Tour has a new look and is running smoothly!

During the holidays we told you The ADA Legacy Tour Bus needed help. We described how the photo wrap on this important artifact was beginning to peel and the need for maintenance. After traveling across 18 states and more than 12,000 miles, it needed some attention before it could begin Phase Two of The ADA Legacy Tour!

But you responded, helping us raise almost $5,000 and getting us close to our goal! Then, the U.S. Business Leadership Network stepped in and offered to cover the remaining costs. As a result, Tom was able to spend several weeks in Miami, Florida, while the good folks of Miami Trailer fixed and rewrapped and spiffed up the Bus! Now the Bus is in great shape for Phase Two of the Tour!