New Netflix Documentary Looks at the Fight for Disability Civil Rights

Back in the early 1970s, hot on the heels of Woodstock, a new camp was set up for teenagers with disabilities. People who were isolated, discrimated against and quite often institutionalised suddenly found hope – and this hope led to a new fight for their civil rights. In the new Netflix documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” we see and hear the stories of those people along with the story of what happened in the aftermath.

The film is executive produce by Barack and Michelle Obama and co-directed by former camper Jim LeBrecht. “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” arrives globally on Netflix on March 25th and you can see the trailer below.

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