Episode 24: A Day Without a Woman

Today is International Women’s Day. Today is also “A Day Without a Woman,” a form of protest by the same people behind the Women’s March on Washington, which took place on January 21st, 2017. We like the idea of the Women’s Strike in theory. Women’s rights are human rights, after all. But is it a good idea in practice? Join us as we discuss in our first non-disability related episode of The Accessible Stall. Continue reading “Episode 24: A Day Without a Woman”

Episode 23: Initiating The Uninitiated

All too often, we struggle with the question: how can we advocate successfully when the people that need to know better are the ones hardest to reach? comes up. We try to tackle this in our latest episode. There’s a ton to unpack here. A transcript for this episode can be found here. This transcript is due to our generous supporters on Patreon. Thank you. Continue reading “Episode 23: Initiating The Uninitiated”

Episode 22: Prioritizing Advocacy

Have you ever noticed clashes among disability advocates over which issues are most important to address? Have you ever felt overwhelmed when trying to decide what advocacy issues most urgently require your attention? You’re not alone. In this episode, we talk about prioritizing advocacy in light of current events.

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