7 Documentaries to Watch After Crip Camp

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7 Documentaries by Deaf and Disabled People to Watch After Crip Camp

If you recently watched Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution and want to learn more here are 7 documentaries by Deaf and disabled people for you to check out. These films are available for either rental, purchase, or by subscription on various platforms and websites.

You can find information about captions or audio description by going to each link. Happy watching!

Please note: this blog post is part of Alice Wong’s work as a consultant for Netflix.

Vision Portraits (2019) 

Directed, produced, and edited by Rodney Evans 

Unrest (2017)

Directed and produced by Jen Brea

Who Am I To Stop It (2016)

Co-directed and produced by Cheryl Green and Cynthia J. Lopez

When I Walk (2013)

Directed by Jason DaSilva

Sins Invalid: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty (2013) 

Directed by Patty Berne

9/11: Fear in Silence (2007) 

Directed, written, and produced by Jade Bryan

Vital Signs: Crip Culture Talks Back (1995)

Directed by David T. Mitchell and Sharon L. Snyder

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