Disability Day of Mourning – Remember Lives Taken

Candles (photo by Steve Silberman)

Join Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, Not Dead Yet, and the National Council on Independent Living in remembering people with disabilities who have lost their lives at the hands of their family members or caregivers. On March 1, 2013, we will remember those we have lost, and remind the world that their lives had value.

City Vigil Coordinator Location & Time Event Page
Phoenix, AZ Tara Marshall Civic Space Park
6:00 pm
Phoenix, AZ Vigil Event Page
Sacramento, CA Andy Voss State Capitol Lawn
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Sacramento, CA Vigil Event Page
San Francisco, CA Robert Gross San Francisco City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B Goodlett Pl.
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
San Francisco, CA Vigil Event Page
Washington, DC Melody Latimer Farragut Park
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Washington, DC Vigil Event Page
Chicago, IL Curtis Harris Access Living
115 W Chicago Ave
6:00 pm
Chicago, IL Vigil Event Page
Boston, MA Allegra Stout City Hall Plaza
7:00 pm
Boston, MA Vigil Event Page
Asheville, NC Julia Bramsen Pack Square
1:00 pm
Asheville NC Vigil Event Page
Lincoln, NE Sharon daVanport Lincoln Foundation Building
215 Centennial Mall South
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Lincoln, NE Vigil Event Page
Woodbridge, NJ Evelyn Lopez-Delgado 33 Main St
6:00 pm
Woodbridge, NJ Vigil Event Page
New York City, NY Samuel Barwick Union Square Park
7:30 pm
New York, NY Vigil Event Page
Rochester, NY Diane Coleman Center for Disability Rights
497 State St
11:00 am
Rochester, NY Vigil Event Page
Syracuse, NY Stephanie Woodward Hendricks Chapel
Syracuse University
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Syracuse Vigil Event Page
Portland, OR Andee Joyce Pioneer Courthouse Square
701 SW 6th Ave
7:00 pm
Portland, OR Vigil Event Page
Washington, PA Mike Matthews Common Ground Teen Center
53 N College Street
5:00 pm
Washington PA Vigil Event Page
Seattle, WA Matthew Young University of Washington Red Square
6:00 pm
Seattle, WA Vigil Event Page
Virtual Savannah Logsdon-Breakstone Online
3:30 pm EST
Online Vigil Event Page