There's A Movement To Change The Way We See Handicapped Signs
The Accessible Icon Project is one of the main groups behind changing the international symbol of accessibility. We spoke to one of their organizers.By Melissa Prax | February 28, 2016
"When I interact with people with disabilities they are beautiful," Brian Glenney said.
Graffiti artist and philosophy professor Brian Glenney is among activists who aren't proponents of the stagnant wheelchair user displayed in the international symbol of accessibility.
So they're proposing one showing a wheelchair user in motion, something they say is more representative than the emblem that's been used for the past 50 years.