Tag Archives: Eddie Ytuarte

No Pandemic Evictions

What are the rules tenants need to know during this pandemic? What are tenants doing around the county to organize and save their housing? Learn the answers on this program. Continue reading

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Free Gerald Reed, Free Them All

Friday, Aug. 14, 2:30 pm PST KPFA radio The pandemic is spreading quickly among people in prisons and other locked institutions. That means many people with disabilities are massed together directly in the path of Covid-19. Armanda Shackleford and Sarah … Continue reading

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Call In: BLM Protests & Disability

Friday, June 19, 2:30-3 pm PDT on KPFA Radio According to the Ruderman Foundation a third to a half of all people killed by police are disabled. In a period of continued actions by the Black Lives Matter movement against … Continue reading

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Smart Ass Cripple Mike Ervin

Mike Ervin is a blogger, a blogger with a disability who does not say the nice things nice disabled people are expected to say. Pushing Limits radio has invited him to talk to the Northern California audience about all things … Continue reading

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Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) with William Walker

Friday, November 2, at 2:30 pm PST on KPFA  Accessibility, lower fares, affordable housing, safety, broken escalators, over-surveillance… it’s all on the table in the last days of a hot election race. William Walker is a candidate for the Bay … Continue reading

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Disability Goes To The Movies

Friday, March 15, 2:30 pm, KPFA radio Is disability as portrayed in American popular cinema slowly transforming itself? Are filmmakers getting away from the good old days when a person with a disability was often viewed as a friendly, intellectually-challenged … Continue reading

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Disability: The Best and Worst of 2017

Listen (29 min.) Jacob Lesner-Buxton joins our crew for 30 minutes of analysis and reflection on the events of 2017 for people with disabilities. Some topics: 1. U.S. involved wars cause death and disability in Afghanistan, Mexico, Syria, Iraq, Yemen … Continue reading

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Country Western Musicians with Disabilities

Listen, 28 min Most listeners of contemporary popular music don’t know that the legendary Hank Williams, the singer songwriter of “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” was affected by spinal bifida.  Williams’ spinal problem likely had serious consequences for his private life and … Continue reading

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Disability Macabre

Macabre trailer Listen (28 min) We take up the Crip Side of the Crypt!     After near-death experiences,  the male gender as a disability and the creepy side of disability justice.   The Dark Crip is lurking and may … Continue reading

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