#CrappyCurb

Cities Should Be Built for Everybody

“Crappy Curbs” are sidewalk curbs that don’t include ramps.  This makes getting around the city for people with mobility disabilities difficult or impossible.  This has got to change!  Rooted in Rights took our cameras onto the streets of Seattle and found all kinds of Crappy Curbs.

How’s your city doing?  Post a photo or video from your community to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, using the hashtag, #CrappyCurb

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This video was made possible by funding support from the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community Living ACL (Award #1601WAPAAT). These contents are solely the responsibility of Disability Rights Washington, the parent organization of Rooted in Rights, and do not necessarily represent the official views of ACL. 


 

A person in a wheelchair stops at a curb because there is no ramp

Los Angeles, CA | #CrappyCurb


Curbs on either side of crosswalk with no ramps.

Durham, NC | #CrappyCurb


A crumbling cement curb ramp.

Chamblee, GA | #CrappyCurb