The virtual discussion with Judy Heumann at our @CripCampFilm event is made possible by a generous donation from @DisabilityRightsNC, and we recently talked to the organization about what excited them about this film event.
"People who see Crip Camp will not just be entertained, but enlightened. It is about universal human traits like community, commitment and courage. It is also a window into the richly diverse and inventive disability culture, which encompasses the one in five Americans who are disabled, a group that is too often misunderstood and ignored," DRNC said. "Crip Camp is among the most important movies of our time, one of the greatest stories never told. DRNC is very excited to bring it to a wider audience."
There's still time to grab your (free!) ticket and join us at @ncArtMuseum on May 14th for a screening of Crip Camp plus a virtual discussion with @TheHeumannPerspective and Virginia Knowlton Marcus of DRNC. Learn more at sofe.artsaccessinc.org/events/
[i/d: The logo of the Disability Rights North Carolina, which has the organization’s name and a fir tree branch in green-blue ombre. The logo is on a light green blob on a teal background and has concentric loop designs popping in at the edges.]