Update: The Reframing Difference Podcast
Produced in support of the 2019 Hart House Hancock Lecture by Sarah Jama, Moving Toward a Disability Justice Revolution, the purpose of this podcast is to amplify the voices of people with disabilities and to emphasize actions U of T can take to make the university more inclusive. Kate Welsh, MEd, disability activist and artists, interviews students and has frank, open conversations.
This exhibition highlights the voices of U of T students living with disabilities. Produced in support of the 2019 Hart House Hancock Lecture by Sarah Jama, Moving Toward a Disability Justice Revolution, the purpose of the exhibition and podcast is to bring awareness to the lived experiences of people with disabilities, and to build compassion and understanding for members of our community.
Presented by the Hancock Student Advisory Committee. Our heartfelt gratitude to the student contributors for their generosity in sharing their stories.
- Georgia, 2nd year, Equity Studies
- Celeste, student
- Madeline, 2nd year Law
- Paul, Ph.D. student
- Daniel, Masters of Engineering Student
- Philiz, 2nd-year graduate student
- Jheanelle, 1st year Masters of Social Work
- Madeleine, undergrad, Kinesiology
- Mike, 2nd year Masters of Public Health
- Anonymous, students
- Kate Welsh, Producer, Interviewer
- Mica Gonzalez, Producer, Recording
- Jennifer Simpson, Production Assistance
- Braeden Doane, Audio Editor
- Day Milman, Producer, design
Access the transcripts (PDF)
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