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To celebrate Disability Pride Month, this special episode elevates the voices of our listeners. We asked "What does disability pride mean to you?" and received submissions from all over the world. Enjoy hearing some of them in this podcast episode and stay tuned for more that will be featured in a YouTube video dropping next Wednesday on July 20th.
The transcript for this episode is available here.
This episode is sponsored by Fable Pathways.
Thank you to all who submitted! This episode features:
- Laura Babiuk
- E. Bleu
- Zaina and Xander Fairey
- Kelley Coleman
- Dermot Devlin
- Johanne Mayer
- Harper McKenzie
- Terry Mwea
- Marlene Brockington
- Briana Mills
- Emily Grodin
- Sulaiman R. Khan
- Shai Voskoboynik
- Becky Mwaniki
- Tatum Tricarico
- Christie Cyktor
It also includes written responses via Instagram from:
If you'd like to submit a question for Ask Judy, send it to email@example.com or DM Judy on Instagram or Twitter.
Check out a video version with other submission on Judy's YouTube channel.
Intro music by Lachi. Outro music by Gaelynn Lea.
1 comment on “What Does Disability Pride Mean to You?”
Acquired Disability is not easy to accept. It has made me be more grateful for every little miracle God brings my way. Disability has made me strong, I have to accept my strengths and weaknesses. Be more appreciative of what am able to do and accept what am no longer able to do.
Living with Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Bronchiectasis has helped me learn my body’s limits. I’m very grateful for the gift of life.