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Disability Justice

In the first episode of our first season on national public TV, Laura interviews two performance artists whose work illustrates how difference and neurodiversity can make art and society richer and more...

We Need to Know Each Other: Covid-19

We Need to Know Each Other: Covid-19       To download, please subscribe. To download a single episode, click share in the podcast player below.           About     Jutta Treviranus, founder and director of the Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCAD...

Designing a Future Where Everyone Counts

Designing A Future Where Everyone Counts       To download, please subscribe. To download a single episode, click share in the podcast player above.     About This Episode Jutta Treviranus pushes back against cultures, policies, and technologies designed only for...

Mab Segrest: Lynching and Lunacy – The Racist Roots of American Psychiatry

Lynching and Lunacy: Mab Segrest on the Racist Roots of American Psychiatry   About This Episode     Acclaimed “Race Traitor” author, Mab Segrest, takes Laura through deep south to trace the racist roots of American psychiatry. They explore...

Touretteshero Does Becket

  Touretteshero Does Beckett   About This Episode   Laura interviews British comedian and activist Jess Thom about her performance of Samuel Beckett’s play “Not I.” Thom’s work reveals how neurodiversity makes theater, society—everything!—richer.    From Public Theater listing:   "Jess Thom...

Accessible Art: Jaye Moon’s “Call Me by Your Name”

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Design for Justice: Disabled Hackers are Leading the Way

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Stonewall 100: Riotous Past, Rapturous Futures

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Aging Isn’t A Problem, Ageism Is

Someone turns 65 every 8 seconds in this country, and as our elderly population grows, so does the need to build an economy around our future selves. In this episode, three leaders in the age justice movement share their ideas about how we can age with dignity, power, and change our society to reflect just that.

Dance as World-Changing Movement: Alice Sheppard and STREB

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aq-RHc8x4UE Two artists who expand our ideas about beauty, risk, mobility, and inclusion. Wheelchair dancer and esteemed choreographer Alice Sheppard, and MacArthur Genius Award-winning action architect Elizabeth Streb. What difference does art make? Should art-making...

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