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 Click here for a Non Audio Described version or  download and stream the full film on Vimeo

We want everyone to be able to access this film, so if you are unable to play a digital copy or have a financial barrier to buying or renting the film, please email us.


About the film

On The Outs: Reentry for Inmates with Disabilities is a short documentary produced by the Amplifying Voices of Inmates with Disabilities (AVID) Prison ProjectOn The Outs follows three inmates with various disabilities, including vision impairment, brain injury, and mental illness, through the stages of the reentry process. The film is intended to raise awareness about people with disabilities in prison, inspire communication about much-needed reentry reform, and encourage collaborative relationships among inmates, prison systems, advocates, and other interested stakeholders to address this issue.


Host a screening!

Screenings are a great way to bring people together and spark discussions on various topics and issues that impact the lives and inclusion of people with disabilities. Screenings are great for university and college curriculum, community meetings and conferences.

We need to interrupt the cycle of incarceration for prisoners with disabilities. Get involved, host a screening and start a movement in your community. Use the form below to sign-up. If you have any issues accessing the form, please email us.

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About us

Rooted in Rights tells authentic, accessible stories to challenge stigma and redefine narratives around disability, mental health and chronic illness. As part of Disability Rights Washington, our Seattle-based team of disabled video producers, editors and digital organizers partner with both local coalitions and national advocacy campaigns to fight for concrete changes for our community.