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Accessibility Information for The Women's March on Philadelphia 2019 


Marx Medical Equipment is offering our participants a 15% discount on the rental of a wheelchair, scooter or other mobility device. 
Call Marx at (215) 426-9242

There will be limited quantity of ADA seating provided near the Art Museum steps for those who are unable to stand. We ask that you be mindful of those who need to sit due to a disability.

There will be ASL interpreters for our deaf and hard of hearing attendees.

Portable restrooms are located to the left of Eakins Oval. Both regular and handicap accessible restrooms will be available.  

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