The Ulme35 and Marlon Schwarze from the Department for Antiableism and Accessibility in the AStA of the University of Potsdam cordially invite you to the open-air cinema. The film "Crip Camp - A Summer of the Cripple Movement" will be shown in English.
The film documents how a peer-led summer camp grew into an activist disability movement that has made a big difference in the United States. In this country, too, people with disabilities are still structurally disadvantaged. Be it in education and working life, through structural barriers or above all through ableistic, discriminatory ways of thinking that are in all of us. This testimony is and will remain relevant across the continents.
Admission: 8:00 p.m. | Start: 8:30 p.m
There are only limited places - a reservation via the Ulme35 booking system is required.
The open-air cinema is particularly suitable for people under immunosuppression/chemotherapy and neurodivergent people such as autistic people due to the structural conditions (outside with fresh air, distance between each other, transmission via headphones, low-stimulus environment).
As part of "100 Hours of Art" in cooperation with the Heinrich Schulz Library I District Office Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf - funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion. With the kind support of the AStA of the University of Potsdam.