Second Street in downtown Harrisburg closed between Market and Walnut streets from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today as various organizations from across the state celebrated the Americans With Disabilities Act Unity Day.
Dozens upon dozens of people with disabilities, advocates and disability organization leaders participated in a rally, recognizing the 17th anniversary of the act.
At 1 p.m., participants walked to the Carousel Pavilion on City Island to enjoy food and entertainment, according to Camp Hill-based Center for Independent Living of Central PA.
Other sponsors included the Client Assistance Program, the Disability Rights Network, PA Statewide Independent Living Council and Speaking for Ourselves.v
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