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Rob Pritts

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Who: Disabled Radio is for those with disabilities who have reached their road to independence as well as those who are looking for support for their disabled loved ones. What: A Talk Radio Show which focuses on disabled issues with a fresh perspective. Where to go for help after support has ran out still havening desires for what "Normal" people have. Disabled people still have wishes and desires for Careers as well as Home Ownership with the picket fence. Learning how to get away from government support and planning toward their own retirement. Why: We have concerns for protecting our health and assets and maintaining our personal independence. We believe disabled people are a fragmented minority who tend to associate with other disabled people who don't see the bigger picture. We in Disabled Radio wish to bridge all disabled citizens together to create a larger lobby to further Disabled Rights

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Thanks to what are commonly known as "ugly laws," events like the Disability Pride Parade were once illegal. Susan Schweik, the director of UC-Berkeley's Disability Studies prorgam, will join us to discuss the history of laws regarding... more

Hannah Jacobs joins us as we look at Hannah's efforts to stop Facebook groups who mock the disabled and discuss the steps we can take to further this message.

Hey please tune in to here a recap from the Chicago Pride Prade. If you attended anthor one please also join in!

For the First Half Do you love a parade? We're proud to talk with the organizers of the Disability Pride Parade, which is a relatively new parade in town. The three principles of the parade of people with disabilities are: ?accept us as we are,?... more

Steve Danner from the Comedians with Disabilities Act San Fransico, California joins us this week.

Richard is writer and publisher of "The Independent Critic," a darn fine film website with a social justice angle, and the blog "The Gimp Goes Shopping," about my experiences as a disabled customer in the real world. Both sites seem... more

Barbara Glassman is a mom and advocate for the disabled. She has a daughter in her early 20's. Tonight we will get a parents view.

Tiffany Christensen is the CEO of Sick Girl Speaks, Inc. She was born with cystic fibrosis and has received two life-saving double lung transplants. Today she is a national public speaker, the author of ?Sick Girl Speaks!? and ?We are the... more

Born a congenital amputee, John Robinson has no hands. His arms stop at his elbows. His lower legs are attached to his hips without knees. He is 3'9'' tall. As a child, John's parents had many worries: Would he be able to go to... more

We welcome Alexis Ostrander, the producer of the film DEFINING BEAUTY. The film focuses on women who challenge themselves to live life outside of their limitations and redefine the perception of beauty, and do so as competitors in... more

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