Accessibility Information

AccessibilityThe Atlanta Pride Committee is looking for interpreters for the Atlanta Pride Festival on October 14 and 15 (Saturday and Sunday).

Atlanta Pride has a strong commitment to accessibility.  This includes providing qualified sign language interpreters for the Pride weekend! We believe in ensuring that our Deaf and Hard-of Hearing LGBTQ brothers and sisters are able to participate in and enjoy the weekend fully and with highest quality services. The Coca Cola stage is fully interpreted when it is open. Other events are interpreted by request. Advance requests are appreciated.

All people with accessibility needs are invited to sit in the accessible seating area near the Coca Cola stage.

For questions regarding ASL interpreting or other accessibility needs during the Festival weekend of events, please email email hidden; JavaScript is required.

If you would like to know more about the Deaf community and American Sign Language, check out these links!


Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf
http://www.deafrad.org

Waiting To Be Heard:  On Being Deaf and Gay
http://www.popmatters.com/column/waiting-to-be-heard-on-being-deaf-and-gay/

What is American Sign Language?
http://nad.org/issues/american-sign-language/what-is-asl

Community and Culture FAQs
http://nad.org/issues/american-sign-language/community-and-culture-faq