A Letter For Advocacy

 In #zerobarriers, Events, Freedom Friday
Group of democratic candidates standing on the debate stage. Not one mentioned disability rights during the debates.

Candidates debate policies but do not mention disability rights. Photo credit: New York Times

We all want our voice to be heard.  We want our elected officials to hear our concerns and do something about them. I recently found a letter written to 2020 Presidential candidates on The Mighty and I want to share it to you here.  Everyone needs a voice. For voters with disabilities, getting their voice heard at the polling sites is dependent on accessibility and often, advocates.


Advocates can also help to ensure that people with disabilities are not only seen, but heard. For the last 30 years, Freedom Resource Center has provided people with disabilities with the advocacy, information and support to live independently.  With no complicated application, our advocates are able to provide vital resources to people at no cost.  But we can’t do this alone. That’s where you come in.

September 17th

On September 17th, Freedom Resource Center is hosting a fund raiser at the Avalon Events Center in Fargo.  This event will feature entertainment by Dueling Pianos International a silent auction, and 50/50 raffle.  The event will also include dinner, desert and acknowledge some people who make our goal of independent living possible.  The fun starts at 5pm with a social hour followed by dinner and hours of entertainment.  Tickets are only $50 and can be purchased by clicking here or by calling 800-450-0459.

Jerry from Freedom holding a chalkboard that reads 'Access' because everyone should have access to voting polls.

We will continue to advocate for equal access for all. Freedom Resource Center

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