Finally, during this anniversary week for the ADA,we wanted to take a moment to highlight the achievements of performers, writers, comedians, and artists with disabilities.Their work was featured in a special ceremony streamed over Facebook called ADA 30: Lead on.Here are a few moments from the evening, which had a format much like a variety show. And it included President Bush's speech when he signed the law.It's part of our ongoing arts and culture coverage, Canvas.I now lift my pen to sign this Americans with Disability Act and say,let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down.There are so many other things that I want to thank the ADA for, but the most important thing,the thing I love the best about the ADA is that I got to cut the lines at Disney.Free our people. What's wrong with your little girl? is what people in the town would ask my grandmother.I have the body of a fighter who's constantly at war. I get knocked down 100 times and rise 100 more.When you are someone slightly different, people say things to beware, like, why pursue a job when they don't want to have you there?There's a little piece of wisdom passed around from friend to friend, says that which doesn't kill us makes us stronger in the end.