CRIP CAMP: A DISABILITY REVOLUTION | Official Trailer | Netflix | Documentary

CRIP CAMP: A DISABILITY REVOLUTION | Official Trailer | Netflix | Documentary

On the heels of Woodstock, a group of teen campers are inspired to join the fight for disability civil rights. This spirited look at grassroots activism is executive produced by President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution premiers March 25th.

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CRIP CAMP: A DISABILITY REVOLUTION | Official Trailer | Netflix | Documentary

A groundbreaking summer camp galvanizes a group of teens with disabilities to help build a movement, forging a new path toward greater equality.


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  1. I just watch it this morning. I was born an amputee in 1970 and wow this was a huge eye-opener on what was going on as I was growing up. These pioneers were paving the road for me to have a better life, an easier life. It was beautifully done!! I cried and laughed for all the right reasons. We have come so far, but there is still a road to travel to crush stigmas about disabilities. That’s where this my generation comes in. People like Judy and Ed didn’t do this for the attention, they did it because it improved our lives and it was the right thing to do. All of us, every day. If you think it hasn’t made a difference in my life, wait till your disability finds you. You have no idea till you walk a mile in my shoe. Thank you to all of those who pushed and fought for this! Thank you to Michell & Barack Obama for letting these stories have a voice once more. There is still work to be done. Peace & Love, Shelly

  2. i think it is so incredible that there are so many stories just like this that have never been taught in school. these stories need to be heard.

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