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Dec 9, 2020

Whether we're talking about blindness specifically or the Covid19 pandemic,2020 was all about adjusting.
Police senseless killings, Black Lives Matter, Healthcare, we are lacking a just thing!
A look back at 2020 from this podcast's perspective in just 20 minutes and 20 seconds!
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Nov 25, 2020

Moving beyond the US border we speak with two describers. Rebecca Singh & Elaine Lillian Joseph. We hear how they came to description, the importance of centering Blind people in the process and more on guidelines for describing race, color or ethnicity.
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Nov 11, 2020

Allyson Johnson, Bill Larson, Inger Tudor, & Tansy Alexander - Voice Over Artists & AD Narrators join me to discuss;
How important is voice? Not just the quality and tone, but what else is implied by what is heard? Is the voice indicative of an entire group of people. Can a woman's voice fit a specific genre of film? Is...

Oct 21, 2020

Artist, Writer and Poet Charles Curtis Blackwell shares stories of his life. We hear pivotal moments of influence including Jazz and school busing. Loss, Forgiveness, Purpose and of course Art!
His experience and approach to adjusting to vision loss is a must hear for anyone new to blindness.
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Oct 7, 2020

People with disabilities are considered the largest minority group, yet Black people with disabilities are seldom included in the conversation or seen in the media.
In this Co hosted/produced episode with Ajani AJ Murray, we speak with Rasheera Dopsonand D'Arcee Charington to discuss the Black Disabled experience from...