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Published on Aug 16, 2012
Volunteers from Goodwin Procter working alongside our EPIC Service Warriors painted over the old, static images for the handicapped parking spaces, and replaced them with active images designed by local artist Sara Hendren. The heart of Triangle's mission is to help the world realize that we are all people with ability. For that reason, we could not settle for a parking lot adorned with symbols that presented people with disabilities as passive individuals waiting for someone to push them forward. Thanks to Danger!Awesome for cutting the stencils, and the Malden Department of Public Works for repainting our parking lines. Also, big thanks to Mayor Gary Christenson and staff for being such great supporters.
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