"Make the dream of accessibility for all a reality" - Debra Poli (NYCSCIA)
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) July 08, 2015
4 Wheel City is looking to put their unique stamp of approval on the anniversary by adding to the movement in their unique way using music. No other duo has garnered the overwhelming positive response from the Independent Hip Hop Community within the Disabilities Movement as they have. The brand that 4 Wheel City has brought to the industry as well as the movement speaks volumes as they push forward as role models of ability for a generation of young men and women who would otherwise consider themselves lost and without possibilities. As Spinal Cord Injuries occur in the world there are great people as resources to help and they, as artists, movers and shakers are at the forefront. "Simply put, this is a call for action for anyone and everyone to not only help raise awareness for this incredible cause, but to see that steps are taken to make changes happen. We are honored to be a part of this milestone for the ADA and also be able to bring more awareness to it with our performance and video for The Movement"- 4 Wheel City. http://www.4wheelcity.com
Endorsed by the New York Mayor’s Office for People With Disabilities (MOPD), the New York City Spinal Cord Injuries Association (NYCSCIA) and the Americans With Disabilities Act 4 Wheel City is making a lasting impact. “4 Wheel City continues the fight begun 25 years ago with the words of “The Movement” reminding people everywhere to make the dream of accessibility for all a reality.” Debra Poli-New York City Spinal Cord Injury Association (NYCSCIA).
Join them, Sunday, July 12 at 11am in Union Square Park to kick off the 1st Annual Disability Pride Parade, Saturday, July 25 for their performance in Philadelphia at Dilworth Park/ City Hall, and then for their single & video release for "The Movement", Sunday, July 26th in honor of the Americans with Disabilities act 25th Anniversary.
For More Information Visit: http://www.4wheelcity.com
or email 4wheelcity(at)gmail(dot)com