This serene setting in Rock Hill, NY is the site of one of the greatest social revolutions in history. It all began in the 1950's when handicapped kids came here to Camp Jened. For many campers, it was the only place they were ever considered "normal". As a result, they forged life long bonds that held strong when they fought to change the world, as depicted in the award winning Netflix documentary, "Crip Camp". And when you consider that handicapped people are the world's largest minority group and the only minority group anyone can join at any time, the ramifications for the entire world are unprecedented. Today this epicenter for social change is no more, but it's legacy will live on in a new town park.
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