Jim LeBrecht

Sound designer and mixer, disability rights activist, co-director of “Crip Camp”

Sound designer and mixer, disability rights activist, co-director of “Crip Camp”

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In the early 1970s, a then 15-year-old Jim LeBrecht spent a summer at Camp Jened in upstate New York.

Replay: ‘Crip Camp’ co-directors on how a hippie-run camp inspired disability activism

In the early 1970s, a then 15-year-old Jim LeBrecht spent a summer at Camp Jened in upstate New York.

from The Business

“A summer camp for the handicapped run by hippies.” That’s a description of Camp Jened, a summer camp located in upstate New York in the 1970s.

Netflix’s ‘Crip Camp’: hippie-run summer camp leads to civil rights movement

“A summer camp for the handicapped run by hippies.” That’s a description of Camp Jened, a summer camp located in upstate New York in the 1970s.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Jim LeBrecht is co-director of the new Netflix documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.”

Directors Jim LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham on their disability activism documentary ‘Crip Camp’

Jim LeBrecht is co-director of the new Netflix documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.”

from The Business

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