Thank you for participating in Disability Rights Legislative Day 2023!
March 2, 2023
It was an electric day of advocacy. Please take a couple of minutes to complete this survey and share your experiences from the day. The information provided in the survey helps the DRLD planning committee show the importance of the day and continue to put resources toward supporting it. We greatly appreciate you!Read More
Watch the DRLD 2023 Q&A Training
February 27, 2023
If you missed Friday's DRLD Q&A Training on what to expect on March 1st, you can watch the recording below.Read More
Disability Rights Legislative Day is one week away!
February 22, 2023
1. Register for Disability Rights Legislative Day if you have not already. Remember you can attend in person or virtually. 2. Take a moment to register for the virtual afternoon sessions which will take place after the rally. 3. Register for one or both of the pre event trainings being offered: Friday, February 24th at 3 p.m. […]Read More
Be sure to register for TWO great training sessions to help you prepare for the day.
February 22, 2023
We are looking forward to bringing you to the Capitol both in person and virtually on March 1st for a day of visibility and making your voice heard! Two sessions will be offered to give you an overview of the day so you can plan how you want to participate. Session 1: DRLD Question and AnswerFriday, […]Read More
Disability Rights Day is almost here!
Registration is now open for the afternoon virtual sessions.
February 21, 2023
Please note: Each session will have its own, unique ZOOM meeting link. If you register for more than one session, make sure you save the links! Session 1: Accessible Voting and Self AdvocateTime: 1:00-1:45 p.m.Presenters: Nicole Noblet and Brianna Lennon Nicole Noblet, People First member and state-wide leader in voting advocacy, will join Brianna Lennon, […]Read More
Registration is OPEN for Disability Rights Legislative Day 2023!
January 18, 2023
Self-advocates and advocates from across the state are invited to the Missouri State Capitol from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 1, 2023 for Disability Rights Legislative Day. Participants will have an opportunity to have their voice heard on the issues that matter to them most. Self-Advocates and advocates can participate in person and […]Read More