(a film review by Mark R. Leeper)

CAMP CRIP: "Camp Crip" is the nickname given to Camp Jened, a summer camp in upstate New York in the 1960s for handicapped (*) children that grew into a national movement. The film covers many people from their time as children at the camp (through the use of home movies and some archival documentary footage) to their emergence as leaders of the national disabled rights movement. Released 03/25/20, available on Netflix streaming. Rating: +2 (-4 to +4) [-mrl]

[(*) The terms "disabled" and "handicapped" are both widely used throughout this film, and the choice is not necessarily as a function of when the speaker is talking. -ecl]

					Mark R. Leeper
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