Freedom of Rights, a cutting edge film and booklet about the rights of individuals who are labeled with a developmental disability. A project of the Chilliwack Society for Community Living, scripted and directed by Linda McRae, filmed by Virtual Broadcast Network, “Freedom of Rights” depicts the rights of citizens of Canada – but more specifically of individuals who are labeled with developmental disabilities. This short film briefly reflects on historical treatment of people with disabilities, and portrays their legal rights today. The cast is comprised of people with labels and people without labels – acting in short vignettes for each of the chosen rights. A must see for anyone interested in promoting an inclusive Canada, and upholding the rights of all her citizens. A great educational tool for schools, employers, workshops, and self advocates.

Click HERE for a free copy of the Freedom of Rights Booklet

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