The Right to be Rescued

About The Film

“The Right to be Rescued” is a short documentary that tells the stories of people with disabilities affected by Hurricane Katrina. Released days before the 10th anniversary of the storm, our goal is to make emergency planners aware of the specific needs of people with disabilities and push them to alter their disaster plans to make sure those needs are met. You can help! We will provide links or DVDs to anyone who would like to screen this film for emergency planners and others in their community. Scroll down to find out how.  

Host a screening

Screening a Rooted in Rights video is a great way to bring people together around an issue, spark discussion, and engage an audience in person. And best of all, it’s free! Screenings are great for:
  • Universities and Colleges – host a screening on campus that relates to your current curriculum
  • Community Meetings – host a screening to help inform local advocates and policymakers, and bolster local campaigns
  • Conferences – host a screening and a panel discussion to engage your attendees
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Find a screening

 

Superfest International Disability Film Festival

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, CA.

Tickets available at superfestfilm.com/tickets

 

5th Annual Social Justice Film Festival

October 19, 2016

6pm at UW Ethnic Cultural Theatre

3931 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105

prior to feature presentation of Katarina Taikon

Social Justice Film Festival

Buy tickets here.

Excerpt and promo videos

Caregivers are not Optional: P.J. and Christy Pausell’s Story

Video transcript

Preparing for the Worst: ARC of Greater New Orleans’ Story

Video transcript

Left Behind During Hurricane Katrina: Benny’s Story

Video transcript

Press Kit

Posters

Right to be Rescued poster
Rickii - Right to be Rescued Meme

Cast Photos

Download photo of Rickii Ainey
Rickii Ainey
Download photo of Jeanne Abadie
Jeanne Abadie
Download photo of Pam Minning
Pam Minning
Download photo of Earl Robicheaux
Earl Robicheaux
Download photo of Charlotte Parent
Charlotte Parent
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Adrien Weibgen