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Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act! Join the 2010 by 2010 Campaign!


Submit a Proclamation and Become Part of the 2010 by 2010 Campaign!

Three Easy Ways to Submit Your Proclamation.

  1. Simply complete the form at the bottom of this page and submit it to the 2010 by 2010 Campaign to indicate you want to join the list of entities on the website.

  2. Print a copy of the proclamation, fill in the blanks, and FAX to: 573-884-4925
    pdf copy of the proclamation with graphic background
    html copy of the proclamation

  3. E-mail a copy of the proclamation or your own version of a proclamation to: edwardsmic@missouri.edu

  4. Proclamations may also be mailed to: 2010 by 2010 Campaign, 100 Corporate Lake Drive, Columbia, MO 65203

On-Line Submission of the "Proclamation of Recommitment"

On July 26, 1990, President George H. Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to ensure the civil rights of people with disabilities. This legislation established a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities.

The ADA has expanded opportunities for Americans with disabilities by reducing barriers and changing perceptions, increasing full participation in community life. However, the full promise of the ADA will only be reached if public entities remain committed in their efforts to fully implement the ADA.

On the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, (_name of organization_) celebrates and recognizes the progress that has been made by reaffirming the principles of equality and inclusion and recommitting our efforts to reach full ADA compliance.

NOW THEREFORE, the ______________ (signee) do hereby reaffirm our commitment to work toward full ADA compliance.




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