[nabs-l] Disability Documentary

Miso Kwak misokwak12 at gmail.com
Tue May 30 22:43:30 UTC 2017


I've watched a documentary called Life Worth Living (I believe that
was what it was called) in my Disability Studies course a few years
ago and enjoyed it. It talks about people who fought for disability
rights prior to the ADA.
There is also a documentary featuring women wheelchair basketball
team. If you are interested in it, I can probably connect you with the
person who worked on the documentary (she is second degree connection
for me as well but believe I can reach her)
Best,
Miso

On 5/30/17, kcj21 via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Good afternoon,     I am currently creating my lesson plans for my summer
> ENC 1101 students and would like to include a documentary on how people with
> disabilities are viewed by society/the media for a mini disability studies
> lesson. Does anyone have any recommendations?
> Best,Kaley
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Miso Kwak
University of California, Los Angeles | 2017
Psychology B.A. | Education Studies Minor | Disability Studies Minor
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