POWER NOT PITY is creating a podcast about the lives of disabled people of color
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Hey everyone! I'm Bri M, and I'm new to the podcasting world. I started this whole thing because I longed for media about disabled people of color. Where were the stories of the Black disabled little queer who's figuring things out? Where were the stories of the Latinx disabled elderly woman who wants to leave her nursing home? There is a dire lack of media created about disabled people of color and that creates a disconnect from the fantastic world of the disabled. 

Won't you consider becoming a patron of a disabled person who lives below the poverty line? Your subscriptions would go towards, paying for conferences, and paying for equipment and website maintenance, paying my medical bills, and my overall health and well-being. 

POWER NOT PITY amplifies the voices of the disabled people of color community everywhere! Through candid interviews, analysis and commentary, I hope to open a door to the world of disability justice. I also hope to engage with more disabled people of color on a genuine level.

What I love about podcasting is the immediacy of it. People will always connect storytelling because of the tradition that it taps into. Storytelling is as old as the beginning of time and it will go on until the end of time. I believe that my experiences can change the narratives and tropes around what a disabled life looks like. I intend to keep sharing my story through podcasting and the stories of others like me who are underrepresented because we deserve to be heard and seen as fully human.

If any of this resonated with you, or if you love the show, please consider become a patron of this project. 

Thanks for reading,
Bri







Hey everyone! I'm Bri M, and I'm new to the podcasting world. I started this whole thing because I longed for media about disabled people of color. Where were the stories of the Black disabled little queer who's figuring things out? Where were the stories of the Latinx disabled elderly woman who wants to leave her nursing home? There is a dire lack of media created about disabled people of color and that creates a disconnect from the fantastic world of the disabled. 

Won't you consider becoming a patron of a disabled person who lives below the poverty line? Your subscriptions would go towards, paying for conferences, and paying for equipment and website maintenance, paying my medical bills, and my overall health and well-being. 

POWER NOT PITY amplifies the voices of the disabled people of color community everywhere! Through candid interviews, analysis and commentary, I hope to open a door to the world of disability justice. I also hope to engage with more disabled people of color on a genuine level.

What I love about podcasting is the immediacy of it. People will always connect storytelling because of the tradition that it taps into. Storytelling is as old as the beginning of time and it will go on until the end of time. I believe that my experiences can change the narratives and tropes around what a disabled life looks like. I intend to keep sharing my story through podcasting and the stories of others like me who are underrepresented because we deserve to be heard and seen as fully human.

If any of this resonated with you, or if you love the show, please consider become a patron of this project. 

Thanks for reading,
Bri






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