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Jacob Waltuck (30) speaks with Lily Lipman [no age given] about his passion for acting, writing, and the arts. He speaks about what it was like growing up with autism as a kid, how he hopes his work raises the...
Hunter Feagin talks about his time in Partners PE at Plano West.
Cale Gruen, 18 interviews his former paraprofessional, Hillary Taylor, 44. She is now a professional artist and an art teacher at Jenks West Elementary.
Carrie Wade (27) interviews her mother, Jan Wildman (65), about meeting her husband, how he came out to her, and how that helped her accept Carrie when she came out.
I got the pleasure of interviewing my aunt to learn more about her profession. She’s inlove with being a special education teacher.
Teresa Faruzzi (48) and her partner Carol Bradley (52) talk about the formation of their identities as disabled lesbian women.
Bradley Hicks (17) talks with his sister, Sarah Hicks (19) about growing up and living with Albinism.
[Recorded: Tuesday, November 15th, 2022] Charles (30) and Doug (68) have a virtual One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. The pair begin by mourning the loss of Lavel Davis Jr., Devin Chandler, and D'Sean Perry, who were killed in...
Elizabeth "Liz" Z. Allan (63) and Eileen Neulinger (61) talk about their lifelong interest in libraries and books, their family history, and their plans after retirement.
Is a conversation about two social movements. Disabilities Rights and Slow Food
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
On July 20, 2017, Midland's current President & CEO, Shawn M. McInerney, interviewed Dr. Edward Scagliotta, Former Executive Director and Founder of The Midland School - a nonprofit School and specialized program for children and young adults with intellectual and...
Natalie interviewed Maria about her life, her interests, and her accomplishments. Maria shared some funny anecdotes from her life and favorite memories.
people living with disabilities
Mejores amigas Yeni Vasquez (43) y Jordana Vera (42) comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias estudiando en los Estados Unidos, la organización sin fines de lucro que fundaron para apoyar a otras personas hispanohablantes en Springfield, Missouri, y la amistad...
Beth Ziebarth (54) interviews Janice Majewski (64) about her work to make museums and other cultural institutions more accessible.
In this episode I sit down with Joe Stone, Director of Mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic, Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic, John Zendler an amputee, about language and asking about disabilities. I also sit down with...
Friends Tiffani Martin (31) and Lisa Winkley (39) have a lot in common between their family lives. They discuss Tiffani's health issues and how they affected her family in parallel with Lisa's sister, who passed away at a young age,...
Eli (13) interviews Cole (19) and Eli asks about the most impactful, proud, and important moments of Cole’s life.
Todd Bennett (44) and his caretaker, Skylar Cohen (27), share a conversation about Todd's adoptive family, his experience living with spina bifida, his perspective on love and loss, and the life lessons that he has learned along the way.
Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...
I am a senior in high school and this is a project that I've worked on all year. For most of my life, I have been surrounded by people who have disabilities because of my little brother. I have been...
I (13) interview my grandpa (73) about his journey with special needs kids and his advice for our generation. We talk about his childhood and what he liked to do as a kid. We also discussed what he liked about...
Angie Fryer became a teacher in the 1960s at Trinity University, and went on to teach in San Antonio, Mesquite, and Abilene, Texas. Later she worked with students in Arizona, Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, and Kansas.
In this episode I sit down with Joe Stone, Director of Mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic, Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic, and John Zendler an amputee to ask about their opinions on people with disabilities being...