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Episode 107: The Accessible Stall Interviews Steven Verdile, Creator of The Squeaky Wheel

In this episode, we interview Steven Verdile, and we’re 100% sure he’s one of the funniest disabled people on the internet. He’s the creator of The Squeaky Wheel, the...

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Episode 106: The Accessible Stall Interviews Ann Magill, Disability Pride Flag Creator

We’re so thrilled about this episode! In celebration of Disability Pride Month, we had the honor of getting to interview Ann Magill, the creator of the Disability Pride flag....

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Episode 105: Emily is Mad!

Strap in, everyone. Emily is mad in this episode. Click here for a transcript for this episode. Thank you to our sponsor for this episode: SPEAK Podcast a disability...

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Episode 104: Story Time VII: Confronting Ableism

Awww yeah it’s story time again! we talk about confronting ableism in this one, wheeeeeee! Click here for a transcript for this episode. Thank you to our sponsor for...

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Episode 103: COVID, Again!

We absolutely still need to be talking about COVID-19 and its effects on disabled people, because this pandemic isn’t over. And you know how we know it isn’t over...

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Behind The Microphone

Emily Ladau

Show Host

Emily Ladau is a passionate disability rights activist, writer, speaker, and digital communications consultant. She loves the color turquoise, peacocks, and chai lattes. Her alter-ego is Leslie Knope.

Kyle Khachadurian

Show Host

Kyle Khachadurian is not as cool as Emily and has never been on Sesame Street. By day, he does non-profit communications work. By night he co-hosts and produces this podcast.

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