The Crip Camp Impact Campaign is proud to announce Crip Camp: The Official Virtual Experience! In these unprecedented times, there is no one better to think outside of the box and deliver community building right to your home. We are inviting all grassroots activists and advocates to join us this summer for a virtual camp experience featuring trailblazing speakers from the disability community. All are welcome, you do not need any activism experience to participate.

When: Every Sunday at 2 pm PST/5 pm EST from May 17th to August 30th for one and a half hours each.

Please note all times on the Zoom link will appear in your local timezone. Online workshops will occur via Zoom and are ASL interpreted with Deaf Interpreters plus captioning. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. We encourage you to attend all, or as many sessions as possible.

Register in advance for these webinars:

It has come to our attention that there is an issue with Zoom that will likely cause technical difficulties for you during the virtual experience if you do not update Zoom and restart your computer in a specific way. If you access Zoom from a computer, please follow these steps:

  1. Update Zoom: Where Do I Download The Latest Version? – Zoom Help Center (https://support.zoom.u s/hc/en-us/articles/201362233-Where-Do-I-Download-The-Latest-Version-) includes information for Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS
  2. Restart your computer – IMPORTANT: if you are on a Mac, make sure to deselect “Reopen windows when logging back in.”

Syllabus of Workshops

  • May 17: Crip Camp Kick-Off: Disability Community Culture & Identity 
  • May 24: Shedding Shame & Embracing Wholeness: Why We Must Address Internalized Ableism (Canceled)
  • May 31: Disability, Race, Class, & Gender: Intersectionality
  • June 7: All the Feels: Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care Strategies into our Work
  • June 14: We Have ALWAYS Resisted: The History of Disabled Black Activism
  • June 21: Let’s Talk about Sex: Our Bodies, Our Lives & Reproductive Justice
  • June 28: Creating Our Community: Civic Engagement and Your Role in the Movement
  • July 5: The Personality Behind the Work: Finding Your Social Media Voice
  • July 12 : Hashtag Activism: Organizing Online for Your Community
  • July 19 : I F&*#ed Up: What I Learned from It and How I Apologize
  • July 26 : ADA 30 Celebration
  • August 2: Education for the People: Best Practices in Facilitation
  • August 9: Art Activism: Visual & Performing Arts as Vehicles for Change
  • August 16: Our Worth, Our Humanity: Disability Justice as a Spiritual Practice
  • August 23: Building Across Movements: Disability as Social Justice Issue
  • August 30: Getting Paid Without Selling Out: How to Finance Your Work
Please email us at if you have any questions or access needs beyond ASL or captioning.