UPenn Professor Jeffrey Morris just sent us a major gift Professor Morris wrote an article that has two tables showing that the death rate after …Stev Kirsch Takes On The Academics And Demonstrates The Covid Vaccine Causes A Lot Of Probems
Time to move to Alberta? This is Vancouver: No better in the Okanagan: 2.5 years of Trudeau & Bonnie Henry’s madness exacerbated these issues, and …On This blog A Reader Responding To My Support For Danielle Smith ——This Is What Many People Don’t Realize—-The Sense of Hopelessness——-
Home » Justice Delayed & Justice Denied: Peckford Charter Challenge Thrown Out “Justice must not only be done, but demonstrably seen to be done…The Organization Taking Back Our Freedoms( www.tbof.ca)Of Which I am Chair , Has A Great Article On The Lawsuit From A Canadian Lawyer
Triple Vision Podcast on AMI Audio
On Triple Vision, hosts David Best and Hanna Leavitt bring you the history of Canadians who are blind, deafblind, and partially sighted, one story at a time, illuminating the challenges of the past, present, and future.
In this sixth episode of Triple Vision, we do something different. We invite six members of the community to talk about how they see the current blindness narrative in Canada.
What is wrong with the current narrative, and what should it be?
Who is controlling the current Canadian blindness story?
What should the future narrative sound like?
“The sad part is, we all look at the news as a news and information source, and it isn’t. It’s a drama. It’s a dramatic work and belongs in the arts. A lot of people go there for their information. Unfortunately if it bleeds, it leads. And when it comes to blindness, we don’t bleed so much, but my goodness the narrative is pity filled.”
Join us for this fascinating journey, exploring the dangers of the single narrative of the blindness story in Canada.
Triple Vision podcast called “Who’s driving”. 6 members of our Advisory committee talk about the current blindness narrative in Canada.
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The words in the title are literal descriptors not self-pity or encouragement to pity me. Piss, shit and poverty feature prominently in my life. So I…My Piss Poor Shitty Crip Life
It’s a party! Not only are we celebrating Canada Day this week in the Anti-Gloom Zoom Room, but Ryan, Rob, and Steve also raise a glass and talk to Albert Ruel, Get Together With Technology Coordinator for the Canadian Council of the Blind, who is officially retiring. We talk about his career as an employee of the CNIB and CCB as well as aspects of technology and even how he initially lost his sight.
What if your luxury is my accessibility? What if the things you deem extras are essentials to me?
— Read on mssinenomineblog.wordpress.com/2019/07/09/accessibility-or-luxury-its-a-matter-of-perspective/
I want to talk a bit about how disability issues get discussed and addressed but first I want to specify that I am a white disabled woman who became disabled – the reasons why those things matter will hopefully become clear.
— Read on mssinenomineblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/02/thoughts-about-disability-discourse-a-thread-that-got-too-long-for-twitter/
Precarious work poses ‘serious consequences’ for millennials’ mental health, report says | The Star
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