stdClass Object ( [isad_extent_medium_field] => T-shirt with the slogan "he saw power where others saw none" and the photo transfer showing Wade Blank and a young boy. Blank was the founder of US disability rights organisation ADAPT and the Atlantis community and died on 15 February 1993. A date for a memorial celebration in Washington DC is given below the image. The reverse of the T-shirt is a 1988 quote from Blank, detailing a successful early ADAPT protest held in Denver in 1975, and examining the political possibilities available to disabled people who are willing to participate in direct action protests. [isad_extent_medium_type] => stdClass Object ( [isad_extent_medium_type_val] => Genre/Physical Characteristic [isad_extent_medium_type_th_i] => THES132 [isad_extent_medium_type_th_h] => =JT.U ) )

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T-shirt with the slogan "he saw power where others saw none" and the photo transfer showing Wade Blank and a young boy. Blank was the founder of US disability rights organisation ADAPT and the Atlantis community and died on 15 February 1993. A date for a memorial celebration in Washington DC is given below the image. The reverse of the T-shirt is a 1988 quote from Blank, detailing a successful early ADAPT protest held in Denver in 1975, and examining the political possibilities available to disabled people who are willing to participate in direct action protests.

Archive information
  • Extent: 2 images
  • transfer format: RAW uncompressed 40MB digital image file
  • preservation format: JPEG2000/TIFF
  • Original format: black Cotton T-shirt with transfer

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