Disability Rights Day is almost here! 
Registration is now open for the afternoon virtual sessions.

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 Advocate
Time:  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, Boone County Clerk and MACCEA Officer, to give a presentation on accessible voting. Learn your rights when it comes to voting and then learn specific ways YOU can be an active leader in your community advocating for and protecting the disability vote.

Session 2: Universal Mobility and Advocacy
Time:  2:00-2:45 p.m.
Presenter:  Enjoli Dixon

Enjoli Dixon will be presenting on universal mobility that is inclusive and accessible for all. Enjoli has spent a little over 15 years in the U.S. and abroad in the transportation industry in the public and private sector as a designer and consultant working across the various STEM fields of education, architecture, engineering, and urban planning. 

Session 3:  Legislator Mixer
Time:  3:00-3:45 p.m.

Learn directly from legislators about their bills, committees and how they interact with advocates. Hear about a variety of legislation and how you can be effective in advocating for your rights. Participants will have a chance to ask questions. Legislators will be announced on Wednesday, February 22nd!

We are so excited for you to come together for an important day of advocacy!

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! 

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