Judith Heumann – Defying Obstacles in “Being Heumann” and “Crip Camp” | The Daily Show

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Published on March 10, 2020

“Being Heumann” author Judith Heumann discusses her lifelong advocacy for the rights of people with disabilities as well as the Netflix documentary “Crip Camp.” #JudithHeumann #BeingHeumann #CripCamp #TheDailyShow

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  • Cross 2 years ago

    That thumbnail tho
    Judith:😃 Trevor:😬

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  • imdawolfman 2 years ago

    Yup! This a deciding moment, yadda, yadda! What I want to see is more Trump rallies! Get all these fools in one place, encourage kissing! Well, there’s nothing to worry about! Right?

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  • rafi Glantz 2 years ago

    Web accessibility matters too! Imagine how hard it is to participate in modern society if you can’t use a computer in the traditional way!

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  • KPWE_Nathanael 2 years ago

    Early

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  • christopher king 2 years ago

    ITS A GOOD THING SHE DOESN’T LIVE IN BROOKLYN ANYMORE. IF SHE DID, NYPD WOULDVE HAD A BALL WITH THAT..SMH. unfortunately

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  • Kaiser 2 years ago

    I do not know……….it’s hard to explain but it’s kinda like a person who gets diagnosed with cancer deciding to start a cure cancer foundation or committing all of their time, effort and resources into cancer related projects…… you know what i mean?

    I guess it’s the people who spend their lives fighting for the people who don’t have what they do or have an ailment etc they don’t that is really commendable in my opinion while those with a vested personal interest in the outcome aren’t so much as being philanthropic but rather self serving like making it seem as if they’re doing it for ‘all’ of their kind but really more for them, like if it was everyone else but them, they’d give up the ’cause’ and the outcome of helping themselves if it benefits others is just a bonus to their personally motivated agenda.

    Hypothetically, say the person who started a cure cancer foundation after being diagnosed with cancer and then actually discovering the cure for cancer, would this hypothetical person be among the first or among the last person to be cured? …….Right? And after this hypothetical person gets ‘cured of cancer’ how much do you think the next person in line has to pay for the cure to the now free of cancer person? Well…….maybe i’m just disinclined to believe in the ‘good’ of humans anymore.

    Sorry, it ended up as a bit of a rant. And apologies if this offended anyone, it was not intentional.

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  • Google User 2 years ago

    3:30
    😂😂😂😂😂

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  • Alter Schwede 2 years ago

    Disability like trump?

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  • Gerhard Swarts 2 years ago

    I wish South Africa can wake up!! So many people thats disabled that cant live a “normal” live! I broke my neck when i was 14 playing rugby. Im working in the rugby indistry. If it wasnt for the suport of family and friends, i would surely not be where i am today. Get in contact with me trevor👍🙏🏻 gerhardswarts7@gmail.com

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  • Manka Expedine 2 years ago

    Buy your property in Dubai
    https://youtu.be/zleaA_MFyOc

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  • Jet 2 years ago

    She is awesome!

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  • Carly D'Alessio 2 years ago

    Universal Design for the win!

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  • Gaasuba Meskhenet 2 years ago

    My untreated ADD is ruining my life and people still think it’s fake

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  • Pj Taylor 2 years ago

    Good thing I’m in the concrete business. Shout out to the ada contracts! (American disability act)

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  • FebLuNat 2 years ago

    YUNG2024

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  • Random Rangoon 2 years ago

    Very inspirational woman

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  • Corey Mondello 2 years ago

    Keep in mind Betsy DeVos, head of Education in the Trump administration, doesn’t support giving disabled people access to public or private buildings. Once again, all things are political, and if you support Trump, you support people like DeVos. Within the time she’s worked for Trump, she’s done more harm than good. She was almost successful in getting the Special Olympics defunded, until the huge backlash. A person that believes that something so crucial to disabled people should be defunded, and that there should be no laws to protect them or give them access to buildings, is pure evil to me! Trump and his supporters are enemies of America and common decency!

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  • Bluesbabesrv 2 years ago

    Temporary disability here, I can vouch for what she says. After surgery 5 years ago, and surgery that I am still recovering from (December 2019) the struggle is real. I will get over it and be fully mobile by the end of the year but many people won’t. My situation has opened my eyes to what some have to deal with on a daily basis and will for their lifetime. We need to call out our city officials and business owners to get them to abide by the ADA laws and people in general need to be reminded that the less fortunate need our help at times.

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  • Evans Muchangi 2 years ago

    She looks pretty younger and truly blessed

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  • rk 4391 2 years ago

    This is very much part of the #ProLifeWHOLELife movement.

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