Meet the Rollettes!

Wheelchair dancers come together to celebrate empowerment and friendship.
2:54 | 08/23/19

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We're at the Tony nineteen bullets experience it's his annual summer camp hosted by the rollout was a team a wheelchair dancers that's made of six female corps members. We just want to show the world that dance is dance whether you're walking or rolling. And every others event brings together so many people from. All around the world like this here they have over 175. Girls and women representing ten different countries coming here at this weekend. And they're gonna get to participate in dance classes makeup classes seminars and go to speaker series throughout the entire weekend. I actually got to speak to the founder Chelsea know who tells me this weekend is so much more than just dance it's really about creating a community with Evelyn. I feel welcomed this event is not just girls with spinal cord injury it's. When Maine and kids and teenagers are all different types of diagnosis that come here to find sisterhood and community and friendships from all around the world. We want to make sure that women in chairs feel like there how hard. When he become injured or become diagnosed as something you feel so alone and so isolated. And the power of social media is. Where we can connect with people from all over the world. And so being able to connect with these women throughout the year and that happened and for just limit teenagers kids that. You know are from everywhere it's so cool to be able to see people that follow on social and yet and have an event where you can just feel safe and feel. Normal and feel like you are part of something that's been hit him every moment of this event is so special. It's kind of like there he felt like an average this draft anything that was very dancing. Economically Bill Bennett it's important because it shows us that we can do anything whether we're walking our rolling. And whether you have a disability years. There's something as people in the wheelchair as need has that communities and we know that we're not alone. And so that we know that there are other people that LO are going through something bad. I've been getting my whole life and dancing Mosul fell banning ultra fat I can show. How good hand and I can prove that it can be used as an advantage again. Sun at the beginning we live he seemed small dance studios garages but ever the kinds space and now. Fury are engram the whole room opening up art dance camp to so many other people to empower them to live their lives the fullest and guys that. No matter what their limitations I think I'm still led the beautiful lake that line. Hill also stressed the importance of women in powering each other and how that can really change someone's life. And that's what all the attorneys have been telling me today that there come here. Not just for the dance classes and the speakers but to really make friends and connect with people who truly inspired them this is seeking ten and you're watching ABC news live.

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