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Episode Info: Matt sat down with disability advocate, educator, public speaker and podcaster Jahmeelah Gamble. If you like going down rabbit holes, this is the episode for you. We chatted about balancing conflicting cultural expectations in an educational context, accidently landing a TV show for 6 seasons and the ways Jahmeelah has endeavored to be a humanist rather than a knight in shining armor.   Matt shares a little confession, while Jahm talks about her brand. Spoiler: it’s intersectional-reflexive applied empathetic-humanism! Matt also gets Jahm to explain how and why she became such a strong education advocate and how advocacy extends well beyond the classroom to permeate all aspects of life.   As a public speaker, Jahmeelah shies away from intentionally trying to inspire while being mindful of the power in setting an example. Wrapping up the conversation, Matt explores how Jahm’s faith intersects with her speaking and advocacy. Jahm gives us an impassioned description of the struggles facing educational aid workers in Canada.   Jahmeelah’s message of empowerment and positivity is downright infectious, so be sure to check out the Slay the Mic Podcast. To witness the Connector of People, Ideas and Energy in action visit: Follow Slay The Mic on Twitter at: @slaythemicpod and Jahmeelah at: @Iamjamgamble. Go ahead and take a Gamble on yourself!   Big thanks to Jenna from the Meet me in the Woods podcast for introducing us to Gigi Edgley who graciously allowed us to play her awesome music. Gigi and Jake Edgley have embarked upon a world tour which you can keep track of at Follow Gigi on Twitter and listen to Gigi and Jake Edgley’s Stand By Me on YouTube here: and Gigi Edgley’s Closer here:   ---------------------------- Thanks to Julio from an Ounce of Prevention podcast for the iTunes review and to Tim Brian who both gave us a nice Facebook review and participated in the Chronicity series, thanks for your many insights Tim.   Some Twitter Love:   First up, Lisa and Sam, aka. the ladies in the Lowes parking lot, sometimes: I Shake My Head, who have been our biggest fans and supporters, thanks for all the encouragement. Follow ‘em on the Twitter: @I_shakemyhead.   Jake and Tom Conquer from The Drunken Dork, podcast who have tenaciously supported the Live Stream for the Cure 2.0 event started by Nick and Justin at the Epic Film Guys podcast last year to raise awareness and money for Cancer Research. Be sure to follow the Drunken Dorks on twitter @thedrunkendork and while you are at it also follow @thepodcouple and subscribe to The Podcouple who have also strongly supported the Live Stream for the Cure 2.0 event.   Last but by no means least: The Stranger Lands podcast who have been strong supporters and advocates of Lindsay and Perry Johnson who host the Podc...
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