Vox Humana: Humans, Voices & Human Voices
Kathy Mcinnes was a leader in the disability rights movement. She talks about how able-bodied write the history of the disability rights movement and how that needs to shift to being told by those who were really there.
Jeremy Libby was 14 when he suffered a spinal cord injury while crowd surfing at a rock concert. He lost the use of his legs and has only partial use of his hands. He hadn’t heard of the ADA before he was injured in 1994. He says...
Welcome to Vox Humana, a podcast series from Oral History & Folklife Research, Inc. Host Molly Graham shares her first radio piece, about what it means when the most important thing in your life is something no-one believes.