This July, the WWDA Youth Network is inviting all young women, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disability (aged 15-30) to join our YouTube Party to watch the Netflix documentary Crip Camp and then join a discussion about the film.

Crip Camp is a ground breaking documentary following some of the earliest activists in the disability rights movement – a group of teenagers.

When: 5pm Friday 23 July
Accessibility: Attendees can choose their own accessibility features on YouTube.

When: 12pm Saturday 24 July
Accessibility: Captions and Auslan will be provided. Please let us know your accessibility needs upon registration.

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[Event banner: Background shows a photo of a young woman using a wheelchair and looking across a field. On the top right is film heading: ‘Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. WINNER Audience Award: U.S. Documentary. Sundance film festival. On the left is white text highlighted in purple: ‘WWDA YOUTH NETWORK YOUTUBE PARTY.’ The text is surrounded by illustrations of balloons and in the bottom right hand corner is the WWDA Youth Network logo.]