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Join Judith Heumann in a conversation with Michael Wehmeyer and Catherine E. Johnson about the power of Netflix’s documentary Crip Camp A Disability Revolution, the Disability Rights Movement and Judith’s impact and legacy as an international disability rights activist. Judith will also discuss her autobiography "Being Heumann, An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist."

Introduction by:

The Disability Rights Community.

Conversation moderated by:

Michael Wehmeyer, Chair of the University of Kansas Department of Special Education, Ross and Marianna Beach Distinguished Professor of Special Education and director and senior scientist at the Beach Center on Disability.

Catherine E. Johnson, Director of the University of Kansas ADA Resource Center on Equity and Accessibility and Chair of the University of Kansas Faculty Staff Council on Disability Inclusion.

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