#Society & Culture
Yes, We Exist Podcast is in partnership with the student group Disability: Identity, Culture, & Education (DICE) from the University of Maryland, College Park. Co-hosts Caliph Riley III and Maya Lee interview disabled students about their experiences with their disabled identity and attending school at a largely inaccessible campus. Yes, We Exist creates a space that amplifies and affirms the existence of people living with disabilities and mental illness, highlighting the intersection of disability and marginalized identities. "I tell my story with the knowing that our stories are tools for liberation. I speak knowing that all of our voices are important. I speak to leave evidence for the people like me who are searching for reflection and recognition and a “yes, we exist.” -Mia Mingus, Moving Toward the Ugly: A Politic Beyond Desirability
CW: Experiences of ableism, homophobia. Hosts Maya Lee and Caliph Riley III kick off the pod with an intro episode. They introduce themselves and share some of their experiences and stories. They discuss what disability means to them and try to answer the question: is everyone technically disabled? This podcast amplifies and affirms the existence of disabled people, highlighting the intersection of disability and other marginalized identities. #yesweexistIG: @yesweexistpod Website: yesweexist.wixsite.com/podcast Support us at https://www.patreon.com/yesweexist Music by Jay Fenner Partnered with Disability: Identity Culture & Education Club at UMD (ig: @dice.umd) Sins Invalid - 10 Principles of Disability Justice WGSS290 Bodies in Contention (3 Credits) : Explores the contributions of feminist scholarship in framing and resolving contemporary controversies concerning gendered bodies. It includes the ways in which knowledge about the human body has been shaped by cultural ideas of gender, race, sexuality and ability. The name of the podcast comes from a longer quote by disability justice activist, Mia Mingus in her speech, Moving Toward the Ugly: A Politic Beyond Desirability. She speaks about the power of our stories for people who are looking for a "yes, we exist." This episode was recorded in two shorter recording sessions and pieced together - apologies in advance for some wonky audio.
Hosts Maya Lee and Caliph Riley III are back to interview DICE co-founder, Emily Yang. She shares stories of having a disability community as a kid and talks about the founding of DICE. We discuss the importance of having a community that understands and validates what you are going through and DICE's goals to make UMD a better place for its disabled students. Towards the end of the episode, we mention something regarding the Disability Cultural Center that was supposed to be in Jones-Hill House. This episode was recorded in September, 2022 and since then countless students and faculty have expressed concerns that the location is inaccessible to disabled students and the architects have not considered Universal Design concepts. To view the full statement, visit ter.ps/dccpetition. Also be sure to check out this article from the Diamondback - "UMD students say proposed disability cultural center isn’t accessible " This podcast amplifies and affirms the existence of disabled people, highlighting the intersection of disability and other marginalized identities. #yesweexist IG: @yesweexistpod Website: yesweexist.wixsite.com/podcast Support us at https://www.patreon.com/yesweexist Music by Jay Fenner Partnered with Disability: Identity Culture & Education Club at UMD (ig: @dice.umd) Social Model of Disability Definition: "Essentially, the social model says that individual limitations are not the cause of disability. Rather, it is society’s failure to provide appropriate services and adequately ensure that the needs of disabled people are taken into account in societal organization. Simply constructing sidewalks and entrances that are wheelchair accessible, for example, can turn a disability into an ability." (Sarah Buder & Rose Perry, Ph.D.) WGSS319D Workshops in Gender, Race, and Queer Studies; Disability Studies (3 Credits) : Taught by Dr. Jessica Mathiason. Focuses on a active approach to disability studies with community based projects, as well as a deep dive into historical and contemporary disability studies. Maria R. Palacios is a poet and disability activist. She is also a performer with performing arts group, Sins Invalid. The Committee on Disability Planning and Action (CDPA) will be holding listening sessions for the disabled community. Fill out this form if you wish to speak about your concerns for the DCC or anything else (you must be signed into your UMD google account). Apologies for the choppy ending! Hope you enjoy. Aiming for episodes to come out once a month. Stay tuned. :)
A Business Podcast for Creatives.
In this blog Coach Childs will share his thoughts on the game of lacrosse. The "I've Got Some Thoughts" blog will include story telling from the past, debating current topics within the game, and a look into the future of our great sport! We hope you enjoy!
Welcome to Hat Trick Lax Picks, the show where we analyze every game, from every conference, so you can make the best picks. Join hosts, the three Garretts, every week for predictions for every men's Division I lacrosse game. Episodes drop on Tuesdays and cover the following week's slate of games.
You were given this life because you are strong enough to live it. You aren’t meant to just merely exist, you are meant to live your dreams. Our Mental health, our relationship with ourselves and others can keep us from living this truth. I want to share some knowledge and experience that I believe will transform you into the beautiful butterfly that you are !! Let’s get vulnerable, Let’s get real, and Let’s grow. #YouAreEnough
Health & Fitness·Mental Health
"Something Pretty" is a podcast dedicated to reconnoitering HBO's "Deadwood"! Wes and Clay discuss all 36 episodes (and the post-series film) of the beloved television show with their own brand of analysis, humor, and profanity. David Milch's neo-western is well-known for its vile and colorful language. But those who dig a little deeper will find the gold buried within one of the greatest television shows ever produced. Let us tell you something pretty!
TV & Film·After Shows·TV Reviews
A married couple makes a humorous attempt to understand and inhabit the world of Dwarf Fortress.
Fehér Mariann műsora két részből áll. az egyik a #napembere , amelyben hétről-hétre bemutat valakit, aki tényleg valaki. a másik pedig az #életünkdolgai , vagyis egy téma, amelynek tényleg van értelme.
Music·Society & Culture·Mental Health·Music Interviews·Health & Fitness
The Find the Right Man podcast helps you find love without drama or wasted time. Professional certified coach, dating expert and Eniostyle expert, Polina Solda, teaches you how to find your man with her simple, proven process. You can’t learn this anywhere else. It’s going to change your entire dating experience. Book a free "Find the Right Man" consultation call at: https://www.polinasolda.com/consultation
Relationships·Education·Sexuality·Courses·Society & Culture·Health & Fitness
A-ból B-be sokféleképpen lehet eljutni a városban. Megoldások, technológiák, trendek, fejlesztések, szabályozások, háttér. Közlekedési, mikromobilitási magazin, amely a városi közlekedés jelenével és jövőjével foglalkozik. Bodnár Csabával és Khell Bogdánnal.
ד''ר גדי טאוב והעיתונאי אורי משגב הם שני ניצים ידועים ובולטים ורחוקים מאוד בדעתם אחד מהשני. בפודקאסט הם יעלו לדון ולהתווכח על הנושאים שהכי מעסיקים את הוויכוח הבלתי נגמר בין ימין ושמאל בישראל.
News·Daily News·Politics·גדי טאוב אורי משגב שמאל ימין פוליטיקה נתניהו יאיר לפיד בחירות ישראל