The Red Sox annual Disability Pride Celebration at Fenway Park on July 26. Ticket holders who purchase via this special offer will receive an exclusive Red Sox hat with the Disability Pride flag as well as braille lettering spelling 'Red Sox' on the brim.
Join Movies on the Common for “Turning Red” in partnership with the City of Worcester Accessibility Division and Accessibility Advisory Commission, and the Center for Living and Working. Before the feature starts, enjoy fun pre-movie activities!
In observance of Disability Pride Month, the Northampton Disability Commission will present a free public screening of “Crip Camp” at the Northampton Senior Center at 67 Conz Street. A discussion will follow the screening.
Admission is free but participants are encouraged to RSVP
The Disability Pride Flag
Disability Pride Flag designed by Ann Magill
The original flag design from 2019 was brighter with a lightning bolt pattern, but Magill redesigned it after receiving feedback from the community. The redesign included the muting of the original bright colors and straightening of the lightning bolt patterned stripes to reduce visual triggers.
The diagonal band of stripes represents the cutting across the barriers that keep the disabled from full participation in society.
Red represents physical disabilities.
Muted black field (a charcoal grey) mourns the victims of violence and abuse against persons with disabilities.
Gold represents neurodivergence.
White represents invisible and undiagnosed disabilities.