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May 29, 2024

In this last episode of the Art of Adjustment (AOA) season, I'm exploring tribe and trust. Two themes that stood out to me in the last episode, featuring Andres Jay Molina. I thought I'd explore them as they're quite important to our adjustment.
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May 15, 2024

In this second to last episode of the season meet Film Maker, Poet and Motion Graphic Artis, Andres "Jay" Molina.
Learn how he  found purpose through film making and poetry, community, trust in others and how it all helped lead to preparing him for opportunity.
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Apr 24, 2024

Taking the time to stop and breathe applies to everything. It's my hope that those listening to this podcast, especially those new to disability, really take the time to digest the various ideas and topics my guests raise.
In my last episode with Kiana Glanton,we chatted about Caribbean Carnival. Well, I'm glad I sat...

Apr 10, 2024

Kiana Glanton, Development Intern at the Lighthouse Guild in NYC was in search of opportunity after vision loss. Today, she wants to help others by sharing what worked for her. Among them, Blind Baseball. She's also the reigning Miss Blind Diva & Miss Independent YouTube Challenge winner. Find out what drives her, keeps...

Mar 27, 2024

In this latest episode I continue with my self-portrait. My conversation with Andrew Leland led me to consider, what exactly makes someone a disabled artist? This raised other topics including identity, ableism and the impact on my family. So I invited my daughters, Riana and Raven to join me. Which automatically makes...