The International Symbol of Access (ISA) is the world's most recognized symbol of disability. We all see it every day. It has looked the same since 1968. In its original version, it is mechanical and static.
But there is a new icon for accessibility that better represents individuals with disabilities. The new icon shows a person leaning forward, navigating themselves in the world. It is much more than an icon. It is about the perception of disability in public space. It is about a cultural change in the way disability is understood. View the new icon video here.
To sign the petition, go to the Change.org website here.