A Netflix original from last year which is currently Oscar nominated for Best Documentary feature. Back in the early 70's, footage was shot of a unique summer camp which catered exclusively to the handicapped. That the establishment was run by a bunch of outsiders & hippies informed the disposition of the residency carrying their ethos ('treat everyone as equals') w/them into their everyday lives. Tracing some of the members of that community (both kids & counselors) through the years gives light to the advocacy they engaged in to get theirs in the world (handicap accessibility through proposition 504 became a particular beacon of congregation in the fight) as they protest, perform sit-in's & most importantly try to live normal lives. Definitely a doc that exudes the good deeds ethos of the 60's which shows a gathering of like minds can accomplish anything.