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Conversations With Crips


Welcome to Conversations with Crips: a podcast about the intersection of disability and identity, social change, and the peculiarities of life.

I started this podcast because even though I'm a disabled person, I don’t feel much of a part of the disability community. I figured that if I wanted to explore that side of my identity, I should start by having conversations with other disabled people who are doing cool stuff. So I did. And I recorded them.

Nov 12, 2017

EPISODE 3 | This week’s conversation is with Keke Brown. Keke is an artist, and like me, she has CP, but unlike me she dispensed with this whole wheelchair lark and she walks! That’s right, she’s one of those. Also unlike me, some time ago Keke moved to New York City and four years later, she’s still there. In this conversation we discuss what it was like moving to New York, learning to love your disability, and what happens when a guy meets you in a bar and then writes a play about you. Here’s Keke.

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