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Disability Day at the Capitol
Disability Day is an annual rally sponsored by GCDD on the steps of the State Capitol each year to promote access, opportunity and meaningful community living for Georgians with disabilities and their families. Advocates from across the State, elected officials, State legislators and Georgia citizens with and without disabilities gather together to make their voices heard.
Join us for the 15th Annual Disability Day on February 21, 2013 on the Capitol steps! This year's theme, "What's Your Connection?," is also the US Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy's (ODEP) national campaign that emphasizes a disability as a universal link that each of us have in common and encourages inclusion in all aspects of life.
ODEP recently launched "What's Your Connection?" to invite people nationwide to participate in the campaign by submitting a captioned photograph or video that answers the question "What's your connection to disability?" For more information on "What's Your Connection?" visit
Register at http://www.gcdd.org/calendar/month.calendar/2012/12/19/-.html/a#disabilityday2013
Unto The Least of These
by Alison Pickrell
A murder mystery that starts out with a bang and keeps you on the edge of your chair. Ten-year-old Jody is in the living room when his young cousin is murdered. In the vicious struggle, the attacker drops a talisman, and Jody picks it up. It could be the big clue to the attacker's identity. But there's a problem: Jody has cerebral palsy, and he can't talk. So it's up to a quirky, newly licensed private detective, Priscilla Perle, to solve the crime.with Jody's help and her unusual methods.especially since this is the second Lindler child to be murdered in the mansion.