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The Screening Room

Film Logo Respect PSA
A short film / public service announcement. It features Virginians with intellectual disabilities who stand to be hurt by thoughtless, cruel names they might be called.
Quicktime (2,586 KB) | Windows Media (3,425 KB)

Film Logo We Watch the City: Stories in the Shadow of 9/11
This clip is from the documentary addressing the experiences of persons with developmental disabilities and those who support them in the aftermath of 9/11. Here, Ritchie Meyer describes what he saw on that morning.
Quicktime (934 KB)

Film Logo We Watch the City
This clip from the documentary on 9/11 shows a collection of images from the show with the theme song (written by Chester Finn and Steve Holmes) playing beneath.
Quicktime (2,691 KB)

Film Logo Introduction to Interact Center
From a recent video profile, founder and artistic director Jeanne Calvit describes the Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts.
Quicktime (1,436 KB)

Film Logo Interact Center: Tom Koesling
Actor Tom Koesling sings an original work from the play "Mother Mary's Gumbo Ya Ya."
Quicktime (3,027 KB)

Film Logo Interact Center: Tarantella
Interact Theatre's Doug Christie sings their original hit "Tarantella" from their "Take No Prisoners Cabaret with Madame Josette." This clip also shows part of their popular song "Thorazine Blues."
Quicktime (1,354 KB)

Film Logo Interact Center: Donovan Durham
Cartoonist Donovan Durham, an artist on the Interact Center, discusses his work and aspirations.
Quicktime (1,011 KB)

Film Logo Interact Center: "Dr. K"
Interact Theatre's original song "Dr. K (Kevorkian)" from their play "Take No Prisoners Cabaret with Madame Josette."
Quicktime (2,079 KB)

Film Logo Driven by Love
An introduction from the video "Driven by Love," produced by Arc Minnesota for their 50th anniversary. Parent advocates talk of the tremendous progress they have made and the need for ongoing advocacy.
Quicktime (1,045 KB)

Film Logo Driven by Love: Mindy Thao
Parent advocate talks of the Arc's outreach to the Hmong community in St. Paul, MN.
Quicktime (583 KB)


In memory of Senator Paul Wellstone, the Quality Mall offers the following video clips taken from "Leading Change," a video on grassroots leadership and disability that is part of the Tools for Change instructional curriculum.

Film Logo Paul Wellstone on Community
In Senator Wellstone's famous words, "We all do better when we all do better."
Quicktime (497 KB)

Film Logo Vision of a Just Society
Senator Wellstone envisions a just society where every person has the same chance to reach their full potential.
Quicktime (1,082 KB)

Film Logo Paul Wellstone on Citizen Politics
Senator Wellstone describes an alternative to Big Money politics -- a grassroots citizen politics, with people willing to get involved in public policy and political affairs.
Quicktime (1,227 KB)

Film Logo Paul Wellstone on Grassroots Leadership
Senator Wellstone describes his background in preparing him for grassroots organizing and fighting for human dignity.
Quicktime (1,813 KB)


Film Logo Gunnar Dybwad: "Quality of Life is something you've got to believe in."
Professor Gunnar Dybwad reflects on his optimism and belief in people. (From a 1994 interview in Minneapolis.)
Quicktime (753 KB)

Film Logo Ann Thomas
Self-advocate Ann Thomas talks about her dream of all self-advocates uniting and speaking with one voice.
Quicktime (1,488 KB) | Windows (1,187 KB)

Film Logo The History of Quality Assurance
Val Bradley speaks to the history of quality assurance in the field of developmental disabilities.
Quicktime (1,664 KB) | Windows (1,335 KB)

Film Logo Community Inclusion for All
Barbara Handahl, a former staffperson in a Minnesota institution, tells of how staff were also institutionalized and how community inclusion offers a wonderful opportunity for individuals with disabilities and those who support them.
Quicktime (2,076 KB) | AVI (5,126 KB)

Film Logo Advice to Parents Living in Rural Areas
Parent and advocate Sherri Huwe offers practical advice to people receiving services in rural areas.
Quicktime (6,546 KB)

Film Logo Active Supports
Roger Stancliff of the University of Minnesota discusses Active Supports in residential services for people with developmental disabilities.
Quicktime (2,371 KB) | Windows (1,899 KB)

Film Logo The Arts and Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Howard Miller discusses the role of the arts in providing a new way of viewing and understanding people with developmental disabilities.
Quicktime (2,216 KB) | Windows (1,777 KB)

Film Logo Quality Management and Self-Determination
Chas Moseley speaks to the need for developing quality management systems based on a self-determination model, honoring authority, control, responsibility, and freedom.
Quicktime (1,961 KB) | Windows (1,449 KB)

Film Logo Reinventing Quality
Bob Gettings talks about the role of individuals in making it possible for persons with life-long disabilities to lead quality lives.
Quicktime (1,628 KB) | Windows (1,303 KB)

Film Logo Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination
Chas Moseley talks of the different meanings of these two important terms.
Quicktime (2,620 KB)

Film Logo People with Disabilities and the Holocaust
Clip from "Disability Culture Rap," by Advocating Change Together (www.selfadvocacy.com). This scene features treatment of people with disabilities during the Holocaust.
Quicktime (18,717 KB)

Film Logo Direct Action Organizing
Bob Kafka of ADAPT explains direct action organizing and its power in creating lasting change.
Quicktime (4,980 KB)

Film Logo Person-Centered Planning
This clip defines self-determination and Person-Centered Planning. From the video "Person-Centered Thinking."
Quicktime (14,087 KB)

Film Logo Access to Technology
Don O'Callaghan discusses the barriers and opportunities of technology in support of people with developmental disabilities.
Quicktime (1,306 KB)

Film Logo ADAPT and the Americans with Disabilities Act
ADAPT co-founder Bob Kafka talks about ADAPT's fight for accessible public transportation and its influence on the design of the Americans with Disabilities Act as a civil rights act.
Quicktime (2,110 KB)

Film Logo Accreditation
Dale Dutton discusses accreditation and the state's role in delivering quality services.
Quicktime (3,145 KB) | AVI (2,429 KB)

Film Logo About ADAPT
Bob Kafka describe this grassroots disability rights organization.
Quicktime (2,110 KB)

Film Logo Self-Advocacy Is . . .
This clip is from the program "Self-Advocacy: Freedom, Equality, and Justice for All," available from Advocating Change Together (www.selfadvocacy.com). Here, Nancy Ward and Irving Martin offer definitions of self-advocacy.
Quicktime (8,680 KB)

Film Logo Irving Martin Testifies for Better Wages
Self-advocacy pioneer Irving Martin testifies on behalf of persons with developmental disabilities working for low wages in a sheltered workshop. From the documentary "Sticks and Stone," available from Advocating Change Together (www.selfadvocacy.com).
Quicktime (7,236 KB)

Film Logo Health and Safety in Context
Michael Smull discusses our need to change the ways we talk about issues of health and safety regarding individuals with developmental disabilities.
Quicktime (5,099 KB)

Film Logo A Historical Shift in Providing Services
Bob Gettings discusses the old philosophy of professional-directed services to the new system of person-directed, quality services.
Quicktime (1,756 KB)

Film Logo Support Coordination
Michael Smull discusses the barriers to support coordination and the time required to make this work.
Quicktime (10,649 KB)

Film Logo Involving All Neighbors
Carolyn Carlson talks about a Seattle-based project called Involving All Neighbors, which works to involve people with disabilities as active participants in their communities.
Quicktime (2,297 KB)

Film Logo Community Inclusion
Barbara Handahl speaks to the importance of community inclusion from the perspective of a former state institution worker in Minnesota.
Quicktime (2,076 KB)

Film Logo The Importance of Our Work
John O'Brien offers a meditation on the importance of person-centered work.
AVI (6,808 KB)

Film Logo Quality Indicators
John Smith of the University of Minnesota's Institute on Community Integration discusses how quality indicators should be used to recognize what is truly important to people.
Quicktime (1,340 KB)

Film Logo Plans as Vehicles
Michael Smull addresses person-centered plans as vehicles for helping to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities, noting that different plans work for different people.
Quicktime (4,226 KB)

Film Logo Systems Change
John O'Brien talks to the need for understanding on a basic level before we can have real systems change.
Quicktime (2,935 KB)

 
 
 

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