I am proud to be screening "CinemAbility" this coming October for it is a film that according to Gold is "the last great civil rights movement of our time" and it also entertains, educates and enlightens.
Angela Mackey is a wonderful person who loves her job. She especially enjoys recruiting others to Walgreens. Angela has cerebral palsy. She is hiring and managing people with disabilities all while trying to share Walgreen's successful recipe with others. Why is this important?
The suffering, disability, and poverty that results from Laotian civilians being maimed by U.S. ordinance is massive and no amount of aid can bring back the individuals killed by these bombs, nor the quality of life for individuals who are now injured.
Let's unmask the real disabilities that threaten all of us. They are not cerebral palsy, or being wheelchair-bound, or having AIDS; they are hatred, prejudice, abuse, deception, false pride, hypocrisy, greed and despair.