I'm embarrassed to say, but France is not very good at making sure that handicapped people have access to the same places as others. For example, you rarely see someone in a wheelchair in the streets of Paris, simply because getting around is difficult and because stores, bars and even public transportation are not properly equipped. The main reason is money of course, but also a general mindset. To fight this and to raise awareness, the City of Paris has organized a "great night of accessibility" during which people will be invited to list bars, clubs, restaurants and other evening public places where handicapped people are welcome. It will be followed by a concert at the recently re-opened Gaité Lyrique. I thought this graffito - that I found in the 5th - was perfect to illustrate this excellent event.