The Pulse

Host Dave Brown along with guest contributors brings us closer to issues currently impacting the disabled community across Canada and the world. Listen weekdays at 12 p.m. Eastern.

The Pulse

Host Dave Brown along with guest contributors brings us closer to issues currently impacting the disabled community across Canada and the world. Listen weekdays at 12 p.m. Eastern.

The Pulse

Recent Episodes:

Episode 211: Tuesday, September 18

Kim Thistle Murphy is the AMI Community Reporter for Atlantic Canda. We discuss a peer support group she runs for individuals experiencing vision loss. We also discuss her work within the advocacy world, public transit, photography, and sensory gardens.

Episode 210: Friday, September 14

Wendy Rowland is the director of "14 and Muslim" - a new documentary that tackles issues of Islamophobia.  She describes what inspired her to make the film, how she made it, and what she learned in the process.

Episode 209: Thursday, September 13 

Dr. Jeff Preston is a professor of disability studies at the University of Western Ontario. He describes portrayal of disability in media and discusses subjects explored in his book The Fantasy of Disability: Images of Loss in Popular Culture.

Episode 208: Wednesday, September 12 

Rachelle Hole is an associate professor at the UBC Okanagan School of Social Work. She is also the co-director of the Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship. She chats with us about TYDE, a new program to help young people with intellectual disabilities and autism find meaningful employment.

 

 

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