N.C. students launch advocacy group for those with disabilities

Katie Savage, a junior at the University of North Carolina, started a group for students with disabilities called Advocates for Carolina after learning there were no such organizations when she transferred to the school this fall. Members hope to push for increased awareness among professors about learning disabilities as well as physical changes to the campus.

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