Lives Worth Living: New PBS Documentary about the disability rights movement

Lives Worth Living

For years individuals with special needs where institutionalized, locked away in mental institutions and never seen again.

Lives Worth Living is a documentary that tells the story of the Disability Rights Movement through the life of Fred Fey.

Fred Fay survived a devastating spinal cord injury when he was only 16, and turned his misfortune into a movement for equality. With a small group of dedicated activists, he spearheaded the disability rights movement and changed the face of American society.

The documentary premiers on PBS on October 27th


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