• I Went to "Crip Camp" Decades After the Disability Revolution, and It Changed How I Saw Myself

    8 days ago - By PopSugar

    The Netflix documentary Crip Camp centers on the disability rights movement and a camp for disabled people in upstate New York called Camp Jened. Jened closed down in the 1970s, and being that I was born with cerebral palsy in the late 90s, I never got to experience it. However, I attended a summer camp for disabled children - called Southampton Fresh Air Home, or SFAH - for a little under decade. Years after the revolutionary 1960s and 70s, disabled kids are still going to camp, finding themselves, and taking what they've learned out into the world. This is the message of Crip Camp that...
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