A summer at Camp Jened turned into a widespread protest that resulted in the formulation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This empowering tale is about campers turned activists who were filled with spirit, music and humor and went on to shape the future of the disability-rights movement.
With incredible camp footage, the historic protest shines a light on the overlooked battle for civil rights that emboldens us to come together to spark great change. This heartwarming feature shows us how disabled teens in 1971 were finally recognised apart from their disabilities.
CATEGORY U.S. Documentary Competition
RUN TIME 102 min
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