Little Theatre · Rochester, NY · June 19th · 6PM–8:30PM
Nearly 250,000 disabled people are legally paid less than the minimum wage, sometimes less than $2 an hour. Gain an insight into the personal stories of people with disabilities making subminimum wage. Should all people have a shot at a job for fair pay, or should people be separated, exploited, and robbed of their chance to seize the American dream for themselves?
Join us at the Bottom Dollars movie to support disability rights!
General admission: $20 · Students: $10
Discounts available on a sliding scale for people with disabilities.
RSVP to Stephanie Woodward:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 585.546.7510 and include any reasonable accommodation you may need.
Film will have Open Captions & audio description.
Rebecca Cokley, Executive Director, National Council on Disability
Sam Crane, Policy Director, Autistic Self Advocacy Network
Sarah Launderville, Executive Director, Vermont Center for Independent Living
Jordan Melograna, Director & Producer, Bottom Dollars, Creative Director, Rooted in Rights