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39 minutes | 2 months ago
 Skepticism While Disabled
Look, we know non-disabled people mean well. And I mean, we love lots of non-disabled people! But you can totally understand why we’re skeptical… right? It’s nothing personal, we swear! You know what, just give this episode a listen, you’ll get it! A transcript for this episode can be found here. Transcription services by Opal Transcription. The post Episode 94: Skepticism While Disabled appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
39 minutes | 2 months ago
A transcript for this episode can be found here. Thanks to Chloe Brittain of Opal Transcription Services for this transcript! Look, we know fitness is important. We’ve even done an episode on it some time ago. But we also know fitness isn’t very accessible. And even if you can adapt fitness to your ability level and body type, the instructors are almost always people with model-like physiques that don’t have disabilities. Or at least, that’s what we would say if we weren’t talking about Kakana. Think of Kakana like Peloton, but accessible. Virtual, live, and streamable fitness classes for people with and without disabilities. It’s seriously really cool, and if you’re thinking about getting in shape, why not do it now? I mean it’s not like we’re doing anything else these days anyway. Follow Kakana on all social media @OneKakana! Disclosure: This is not a sponsored episode, but Emily did receive a complimentary membership to Kakana. The post Episode 93: Kakana appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
40 minutes | 4 months ago
 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 their amazing audio descriptions of movie trailers. Check them out! Interested in becoming a Patron and helping ensure that we can continue to fund transcripts? Check out our Patreon. Click here for a transcript for this episode. The post Episode 92: Bean Dad appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
48 minutes | 5 months ago
 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 pasts to try and answer this question. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 91: When Did You Know? appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
32 minutes | 6 months ago
 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! The post Episode 90: Internet, Amazon, and Friendship appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
46 minutes | 7 months ago
 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 people with disabilities. They are a recruitment solution dedicated to helping inclusive employers hire professional individuals and veterans with disabilities. We were joined by Sarah McMullen, who works with employers to achieve diverse and inclusive workplaces with a specific focus on disability. She has spent her professional career implementing strategies for disability inclusion programs within Fortune 500 companies. She is widely known throughout the space for her expertise on creating inclusive candidate experiences, cultures and understanding the impacts of unconscious bias. Sarah believes that inclusion, equity and representation of all diverse people is what creates successful businesses. She attributes her passion for this to her former professional experience in working at a non-profit for people with disabilities and having immediate family members with non-apparent disabilities. This was an important episode for us to make. October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The unemployment rate is still more than double that for people with disabilities compared to people without. Since the pandemic, one in five people with disabilities have lost their jobs versus one in seven are compared to one in seven people without disabilities. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 89: Getting Hired appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
61 minutes | 8 months ago
bruh, gender is so freakin weird like when you really think about it?????? which we tried to do in this episode, and we go DEEP. we sent ourselves into existential dread, so take a gender at this episode. A transcript for this episode can be found here. NB: We’re two cis-gendered people, we’re very aware how much our opinions do not matter on the subject of gender, but we think the intersection of gender and disability is really interesting, particularly perception of gender while disabled. The post Episode 88: Gender appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
42 minutes | 8 months ago
 Disability Etiquette
Etiquette is strange, man. Disability just makes it stranger, right? Doesn’t it? Let’s talk about it. Transcript coming soon. The post Episode 87: Disability Etiquette appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
55 minutes | 10 months ago
 A Conversation on Systemic Racism and Ableism with D'Arcee Charington Neal
CN/TW: Police brutality, murder of unarmed Black people, systemic racism and ableism A transcript for this episode can be found here. In this episode, we talk with D’Arcee Charington Neal, a Black disabled activist and doctoral student, about intersections of race and disability in connection with ongoing reckonings against racism around the world. Follow D’Arcee on Twitter: @DrChairington. Notes from this episode: Letter from a Birmingham Jail Compromise comic Hasan Minhaj Patriot Act Episode about George Floyd Kimberlé Crenshaw: The urgency of intersectionality Unspeakable Offenses: Untangling Race and Disability in Discourses of Intersectionality Further reading and resources: Black Lives Matter and Disability A round-up of resources from Black disabled people We’ve donated this month’s Patreon earnings to Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of Deaf Communities (“HEARD”), which is “the only organization in the nation that supports deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, deafdisabled, and disabled (“deaf/disabled”) people at every stage of the criminal legal system process, up to and including during and after incarceration. HEARD works to correct and prevent wrongful convictions of deaf/disabled people; end all forms of abuse and incarceration of people with disabilities.” The post Episode 86: A Conversation on Systemic Racism and Ableism with D’Arcee Charington Neal appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
38 minutes | a year ago
 Vote for Access II
Remember when we did an episode on Vote for Access? We’re back at it. This time, we have the star and host of the series, Imani Barbarin, as our guest. You may remember Imani from our last episode with her, where we discussed her being the disability hashtag queen. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 85: Vote for Access II appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
36 minutes | a year ago
 Vote For Access
In this episode we talk about a new series called Vote for Access, launching April 29th at www.voteforaccess.us. A transcript for this episode can be found here The post Episode 84: Vote For Access appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
36 minutes | a year ago
CN: COVID-19, mild mentions of eugenics We talk about COVID-19 in this episode. Some of the info you’ll hear is out of date at this point due to the constant changing nature of the pandemic. We are with you, our inboxes and social media are always open. Feel free to reach out to us if you need to vent about this. We will get through this. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 83: COVID-19 appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
34 minutes | a year ago
 Story Time V
NB: We talk about homelessness in this episode. We don’t know much about it, so we may have used some incorrect or out of date terminology. If this is the case, know that we’re constantly learning and welcome any corrections should we need them. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 82: Story Time V appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
31 minutes | a year ago
 Representation and Dolls
In this episode we fangirl over American Girl dolls and talk about why there isn’t any freakin’ representation in toys, man. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 81: Representation and Toys appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
18 minutes | a year ago
 2019 And Beyond
Celebrate your holidays with us with this little minisode. We hope you had a FABULOUS 2019. And we’ll see you in 2020. We’ve got SO much exciting stuff to share with you all! ❤️ A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 80: 2019 And Beyond appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
53 minutes | 2 years ago
 An Evening With Ryan J. Haddad
Ryan J. Haddad is an actor, playwright, director, and all around cool person. He’s starring in the Netflix show The Politician, where he plays Andrew, a quick-witted high school senior with cerebral palsy. We talked with him about disability, representation, and just how freaking cool it is that there’s a person with cerebral palsy in a... The post Episode 79: An Evening With Ryan J. Haddad appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
 Cannabis with Kings Floyd
We’re NOT doctors. This is not medical advice. Hi, we talked about cannabis in this episode. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The transcript for this episode was sponsored by SeamlessDocs. Notes from this episode: Study Finds Cannabis Dispensaries Reduce Opioid Deaths by 21%, Medical Marijuana Use Worker Protections Growing, Rulings Show, A Marijuana... The post Episode 78: Cannabis with Kings Floyd appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
35 minutes | 2 years ago
CN: We swear in this episode Can you believe it took us THIS long to do an episode on bathrooms? I mean, we’re called The Accessible Stall! A transcript for this episode can be found here. The post Episode 77: Bathrooms appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
35 minutes | 2 years ago
 The Americans With Disabilities Act
This episode of The Accessible Stall is sponsored by the law firm of Bizer & DeReus. The Law Firm of Bizer & DeReus concentrates on increasing access for persons with disabilities and minority groups through litigation. For a free consultation, call Andrew Bizer at 504-619-9999. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org. The attorneys at Bizer & DeReus are admitted... The post Episode 76: The Americans With Disabilities Act appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
31 minutes | 2 years ago
 Empathy Exercises, Story Time IV
Content note: Various eye related discussions Spoiler warning: Toy Story 4 Emily goes blind and we talk about it. She can see now, don’t worry. A transcript for this episode can be found here. The transcript for this episode is brought to you by SeamlessDocs. The post Episode 75: Empathy Exercises, Story Time IV appeared first on The Accessible Stall.
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