Cripping the Red Carpet: Disability Documentary May Win Oscar, Sunday, April 25

Posted by on April 24, 2021 in Activism, Disability, Peer Support | 1 comment

Image from the movie Crip Camp, a Disability Revolution: Young African American man pushing young white man in wheelchair while holding guitar.
From a poster for the movie Crip Camp, a Disability Revolution

I loved the documentary about the disability movement, Crip Camp, on Netflix. It is one of the flicks nominated for an Academy Award. I hope you join me watching & cheering during this free Zoom webinar, info from the organizers:

CRIPPING THE RED CARPET on Sunday, April 25th at 3 pm PT, 6 pm ET.

Celebrate Crip Camp’s Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Feature! A historic moment for the disability community, Crip Camp at the Oscars will truly be a night to remember.

The Paul K. Longmore Institute and the Crip Camp Impact campaign are teaming up to kick off Oscar night with a celebration of disability community and culture. We’ll learn what the stars of the the film Crip Camp are thinking about the film’s Oscar nomination, have a red carpet dance party featuring all of you in your crip couture* (whether that’s rocking your best sweatpants and hoodie or busting out your Hollywood glam – we LOVE it all!), and enjoy a lot of laughs with our two event emcees, comedians Maysoon Zayid and Nina G.

Register: https://tinyurl.com/crippingtheredcarpet 

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  1. Please send link for webinar in progress

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