Crip Camp

2019 – 107 minutes.

About 50 years ago a summercamp runned by hippies turned out to be the formation of a human rights movement. One that would later turn out to be crucial for disabled people all over the world. Camp Jened was one of the first places where people with a disabillity could come together without being judged. It would only make sense that these teens were the ones that led protests and demonstration for disability-rights movements and changed accessibility legislation for everyone.

Credits

Themes
Democracy and justice
Age rating
AL
Suitable for
havo/vwo bovenbouw
hbo/wo
mbo - niveau 3 & 4
Director
James Lebrecht
Country
United States
Type
Documentary
Duration
107 minutes
Year
2019