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Welcome to POWER NOT PITY, where we explore the lives of disabled people of color everywhere! Through storytelling, commentary and analysis, the podcast aims to amplify the lived experiences and perspectives of disabled people. We’ll delve into all sorts of topics from education to entertainment, even sex... and we'll break down race, gender and dismantle ableism. And then we'll ask: “What’s your disabled power?”

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Thank You

Bri is an incredible voice and advocate. Bri’s podcasts are phenomenal and I am so grateful to have access to hear these incredible stories, dreams and visions. These conversations are important and overdue. Thank you Bri for your art, labor and patience.

powerful impact

Each episode of Power Not Pity breaks the mold of how disabled people are usually portrayed. As an able-bodied person I've learned so much about what it’s like to live with a disability (and, particular, as a disabled person of color) in an ableist world, but the impact does not stop there because each guest always has so much more to share. I have come away from this podcast not only wanting to be more conscious of the issue of accessibility, but also questioning the way I internalize the demands of a capitalist society in ways that hurt my own body. Furthermore, as I am a writer, the podcast has inspired me to write characters with disabilities that are real, flawed people in themselves—not vessels, not tools, for the moral journeys of “normal” people.

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