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Episode 88: Gender

bruh, gender is so freakin weird like when you really think about it?????? which we tried to do in this episode, and we go DEEP. we sent ourselves into...

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Episode 87: Disability Etiquette

Etiquette is strange, man. Disability just makes it stranger, right? Doesn’t it? Let’s talk about it. Transcript coming soon.

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Episode 86: A Conversation on Systemic Racism and Ableism with D’Arcee Charington Neal

CN/TW: Police brutality, murder of unarmed Black people, systemic racism and ableism A transcript for this episode can be found here. In this episode, we talk with D’Arcee Charington...

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Episode 85: Vote for Access II

Remember when we did an episode on Vote for Access? We’re back at it. This time, we have the star and host of the series, Imani Barbarin, as our...

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Episode 84: Vote For Access

In this episode we talk about a new series called Vote for Access, launching April 29th at www.voteforaccess.us. A transcript for this episode can be found here

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Episode 83: COVID-19

CN: COVID-19, mild mentions of eugenics We talk about COVID-19 in this episode. Some of the info you’ll hear is out of date at this point due to the...

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Emily Ladau

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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 works at a non-profit doing their communications work. By night he co-hosts and produces this podcast.

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