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Green Mountain Disability Stories is a monthly podcast featuring stories told by Vermonters with disabilities, about their experiences, opinions, and the systems that support and thwart them. Watch this episode on YouTube or subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, the Google Play Store, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Rachel Cronin is the assistant director of the UVM Center on Disability & Community Inclusion, and in this episode of Green Mountain Disability Stories, she interviews Persephone Ringgenberg, a self-advocate and artist living in Vermont. They talk art, legislative support for disabilities funding, and whether or not to eat the gluten-free desserts.
In this episode of Green Mountain Disability Stories, we welcome Dr. Sefakor Komabu-Pomeyie back to the podcast. She sits down with CDCI executive director Jesse Suter to talk about her brand new memoir: I'm Able: A Woman's Advice for Disability Change Agents.
Dr. Winnie Looby, director of the UVM Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies, connects with disability self-advocate and researcher Nicole Villemaire. Nicole has been working in Dr. Looby's Disability Studies courses as a teaching assistant, and she shares what that experience has been like, along with more of her own story as a passionate self-advocate.