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“Crip Camp”: A Powerful Documentary on Inclusion Comes to Pickaway County Library This Wednesday


Calling all movie buffs and advocates for social change! Circleville and Pickaway County have a special event in store this Wednesday, March 20th. The Pickaway County Library, in collaboration with [Your Organization Name], is proud to host a free community screening of the award-winning documentary “Crip Camp.”

The film kicks off at 5:30 pm at the library’s main location on North Court Street. “Crip Camp” is a captivating documentary that chronicles the life-changing experiences of a group of teenagers with disabilities. Viewers will be transported back to a revolutionary summer camp – aptly named “Crip Camp” – where these young individuals discovered a world of inclusion and empowerment.

The film doesn’t stop there. It follows the camp’s lasting impact as these teenagers transition into adulthood and become powerful advocates, fighting tirelessly for disability rights on a national stage.

“Crip Camp” delivers a powerful message about inclusion and social justice, making it a must-see for anyone who believes in equality and opportunity for all. However, please be advised that the documentary may contain mature language and some sexual references.

Light refreshments will be served, with popcorn courtesy of The Pickaway County Library and candy provided by Health Care Logistics. So grab your friends and family, and join us for an evening of thought-provoking cinema and meaningful conversation at the Pickaway County Library this Wednesday!