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Episode 92: Bean Dad

We talked about Bean Dad. We know it already happened a century ago, but we have points to make! Shout out to one of our Patrons, Kensuke Nakamura, for...

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Episode 91: When Did You Know?

When did you know you were disabled? We know that’s heavy, but think back… When did you first learn you were “different”? We take a deep look into our...

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Episode 90: Internet, Amazon, and Friendship

Emily and I reminise about how we met, Amazon, the Internet, and how cool it is. A transcript for this episode can be found here. Also: VOTE!

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Episode 89: Getting Hired

This episode of The Accessible Stall was sponsored by Getting Hired. Getting Hired is a resource that connects job seekers with disabilities to employers who are looking to hire...

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Episode 88: Gender

Let’s talk about the connections between gender identity and disability. A transcript for this episode can be found here.

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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. A transcript for this episode can be found here.

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

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