When We Walk

When We Walk chronicles the life of disability rights activist and filmmaker Jason DaSilva as he confronts the next chapter of his life. Picking up where his Emmy-award-winning documentary, When I Walk, left off, DaSilva finds himself faced with a multitude of challenges. When his marriage ends and his ex-wife and three-year-old son move to Texas, new obstacles emerge as he struggles to relocate from New York City to remain close to this son. It's a journey that takes him through the inconsistencies of America's broken Medicaid system.
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Feb 08, 2021
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