From left, Pamela Roark-Glisson, her husband John Glisson, Bruce Burris and Arthur Campbell addressed a crowd in front of about 15 feet of sidewalk blocked off by a roll of  during a rally and celebration for the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act in front of the Lexington History Museum on Main St. in in Lexington, Ky., on Monday, July 26, 2010. About 25 people attended the rally including members of Latitude Arts Community and Freedom Riders from across the state. After the short rally in Lexington, many of the organizers headed to a larger rally in Frankfort.  Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
From left, Pamela Roark-Glisson, her husband John Glisson, Bruce Burris and Arthur Campbell addressed a crowd in front of about 15 feet of sidewalk blocked off by a roll of during a rally and celebration for the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act in front of the Lexington History Museum on Main St. in in Lexington, Ky., on Monday, July 26, 2010. About 25 people attended the rally including members of Latitude Arts Community and Freedom Riders from across the state. After the short rally in Lexington, many of the organizers headed to a larger rally in Frankfort. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff HERALD-LEADER
From left, Pamela Roark-Glisson, her husband John Glisson, Bruce Burris and Arthur Campbell addressed a crowd in front of about 15 feet of sidewalk blocked off by a roll of during a rally and celebration for the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act in front of the Lexington History Museum on Main St. in in Lexington, Ky., on Monday, July 26, 2010. About 25 people attended the rally including members of Latitude Arts Community and Freedom Riders from across the state. After the short rally in Lexington, many of the organizers headed to a larger rally in Frankfort. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff HERALD-LEADER

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