JEFFERSON CITY - On Wednesday, people with disabilities and advocates gathered at the State Capitol Rotunda for the 17th annual Disability Rights Legislative Day.Those who were part of the event were not just advocating for a particular issue, but rather showing their support for an entire community. "We're all in this together, we're all in a fight," said disability rights advocate Christopher Worth, who served as the master of ceremonies."For me this is about a kind of revolution, seeing an oppressed people have a voice, get together, and show their power," said Worth. As part of the rally, some advocates met with state legislators to talk about support and services for people with disabilities.Worth said lawmakers must be aware of their important...
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Hundreds rally at capitol to "let freedom ring"