Up-to-date news is important and a weather alert can be critical. Often these alerts are not accessible to the blind, low vision or print disabled communities. Kathy Gosselin, NFB Newsline Administrator, joins us to tell us how the NFB Newsline
What is art? And if it is free is it still art? Our guest Shaymar Higgs is the Executive Director of Free Art For All, a neighborhood drop-in center that allows everyone to discover the “artist inside”.
Do Gen X-ers and Millenials see the world of gratitude differently? Is there anything to be grateful in this season of Covid? Follow the discussion as we unpack “Gratitude”.
Our guest, Toni Pierce, Nurse Practioner and Chair of the NAACP Health Committee of the Prince George’s Branch, is here to talk to about what we can do to change our diabetes outcomes through lifestyle, diet and small simple changes.
Today, we discuss this historic election and its impact on seniors and persons with disabilities.
Our guest is Jean Drummond, founder of HCDI–Health Care Dynamics International. Today she unpacks “health equity”–what it looks like and who is a stakeholder.
October 15th was White Cane Awareness Day. Today’s show is titled Unleash the Cane and our special guest is, Ron Brown the Road Warrior. Ron is a blind certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist and will make the case for settling
Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Our guest, Tyrone Qualls, is a certified health and lifestyle coach. His goal is to coach us into becoming a lean, mean, healthy machine.
After an accident at age eight which left him blind, Oral Miller matriculated Louisville public schools, graduated from Princeton University and earned his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School. He then set his sights on Washington DC.
The Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has been serving the Washington, DC [DMV] for 120 years. Our guests today,Tony Cancelosi–President and CEO and Jocelyn Hunter, Senior Director of Communications, discuss a new Digital Data Scanning job creation program and