The Broadmoor Hotel: In Room Movie
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Breaking Through: Memories of the Tuskegee Airmen
Film (Documentary and Short) Editor Six surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen reflect on their lives and the experiences they lived through during World War II and their return home.
Film (Documentary and Drama) Editor Seven people gather on a stage. Three use wheelchairs. One has a service dog. One speaks using sign language and is accompanied by an actor who will voice what the man signs. One man does not appear to have a disability at all. This is the cast of Invisible Voices: Six individuals living with various disabilities; six voices, each with its own unique perspective. These energetic voices weave a tapestry of a story. These voices are happy, confident, challenging. They provide a window into the complex worlds of individuals who adapt to and thrive with their disabilities. A compelling presentation delivered by those who know, first hand, what it means to be one of the 54 million Americans living with a disability today. Written by Anonymous
Reflections on a Promise
Film (Documentary, History, News and Short) Editor Twenty years ago thousands rejoiced when the Americans with Disability Act was signed into law. What began as an offshoot of the civil rights movement eventually became the ADA, a comprehensive mandate against discrimination on the basis of disability. Reflections on a Promise examines not only the history of this groundbreaking legislation, but also considers what the Act has accomplished, and how all Americans can help build on its successes. With equal consideration given to the past, present, and future of the ADA, Reflections on a Promise features eloquent commentary from some of America's foremost disability rights advocates. Written by Anonymous
George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire
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Television (Documentary and History) Miscellaneous Crew A series showcasing documentaries on American history.
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