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Produced by Discorder Magazine's On Air Collective, this show covers content in the magazine and more. Join us every Tuesday at 5 pm to hear all about the latest features, bands, charts, concert calendar picks and other exciting morsels from the Vancouver arts scene that only Discorder can provide. The Discorder On Air Collective is coordinated by Matt, Wade and Claire. Want to get involved? Email volunteer@citr.ca.
 
The Spencer Latu Show is a progressive politics show that speaks truth to power. We provide much needed coverage, and media criticism of stories at the municipal, provincial, national and international level from the perspective of two progressive working class students; Spencer Latu and Ajeetpal Gill. We are based out of UBC in Vancouver BC.
 
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While it's not goodbye, but see you later, season 6's as All Access Pass wraps up for now. What were Accessibility Collective's favourite moments, what did they learn as collective members and what were their most memorable interviews? Find out by listening or download the podcast!CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
Accessibility Collective chats with one of the talented hip-hop artists & co-creators of 4 Wheel City, Namel “Tapwaterz” Norris! How are he and Ricardo “Rickfire” Velasquez trying to bring equal disability representation to hip-hop music? Find out by listening or download the podcast!CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
In this episode of All Access Pass, the Accessibility Collective chats with The Disability Channel's, David Beresford and Taylor Arbeau. What do they think of how people with disabilities are represented in the entertainment industries, how could media do better and how is The Disability Channel bringing in equality as well as creating inclusive sp…
 
In this awesome episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Kelowna's own and Freestyle Motocross Rider, Bruce Cook! How did his love for the sport come about and how did he bounce back after his terrifying accident? Find out by either listening, or download the podcast! Plus, listen to some great music as well.…
 
In this is episode of All Access Pass, Accessibility Collective members, Monica and Jordan, have fun discussing the pandemic and accessibility of the online format and digital zine, "Our Crip Notes," and a lot more with UBC's students and alumni: Rachel Cheang, Amanda Mah, Anna Mylvaganam and Hannah Sullivan Facknitz.…
 
In this episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Mila Bongco-Philipzig and the man himself, Tony Flores, about the children's book "Tony's Wheels." Why should everyone get this book? How did Mila and Tony meet? And what was Mila and Tony's first thought when coming to Canada from the Philippines years ago? Find out the…
 
Neurodiversity Celebration Week is Mar 15-21 and in honour of this, the Accessibility Collective chats with the co-founders from C.O.D.E Initiative! How does this female-founded non-profit organization empower neurodiverse youth through online coding workshops? Find out this and a lot more by either listening or download the podcast.…
 
In this new episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Malini Romeo, who is the Vice President External of UBC's Black Student Union. How does UBC's BSU create a safe space to educate, assist and highlight the successes of the Black community at UBC and its community? Find out this and more by either listening or downloa…
 
As we honour feb's Black History Month, the Accessibility Collective chats with Tina “QueenTite” Opaleke! Why is it so important for people with disabilities to advocate and to love themselves? Find out this and more by listening and downloading the podcast.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
In this episode, it is all about removing barriers when it comes to outdoor activities and sports. The Accessibility Collective members, Anna and Christie, chat with CRIS Adaptive Adventures's and Manager of Partnerships, Danielle Hennig. How does CRIS utilize adaptive equipment to assist people facing outdoor barriers? Plus, listen to some great s…
 
In this awesome show, the Accessibility Collective members, Christie and Randy, chat with Oakville Ontario's own Matteo Esposito. How did his love for writing plays and songs and singing come about? Find out by listening to the podcast, or download is good too.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
Christa Couture is an award-winning performer and recording artist, nonfiction writer and broadcaster. She is also proudly Indigenous (mixed Cree and Scandinavian), queer, disabled and a mom. This is who the CiTR's Accessibility Collective members, Lakshanyaa and Jessie Y chats with in this episode. Also, check out some awesome music by Christa as …
 
If you have listened to CiTR's All Access Pass for years, then you know the Accessibility Collective loves to play her music on their shows and now, Arrthy and Helena chat with her on how it all began... This is none other than Vancouver's own, Kristina Shelden! Check out the interview and hear some amazing music from this talented songwriter by li…
 
It is all about love yourself and nothing else! The Accessibility Collective members, Christie and Nicole chat with the owner of Lil Cheeky Bits, Chi-ka. How did 2015's Shambhala Music Festival changed her life and what made her start a business? Find out by listening or download the podcast!CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
In this episode, Accessibility Collective member, Christie, chats with Morgan Lorenz, UBC's Associate Vice-President of University Affairs and Georgia Yee, UBC’s Vice President of Academic and University Affairs of the Alma Mater Society. How has the pandemic affected UBC and what are UBC's future plans? Find out by listening or download the podcas…
 
In this rockin' episode, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Matthew Monias (known as Mattmac) of the Oji-Cree community of Garden Hill on how he got into music, what his future goals were, the pandemic and more. Also, listen to some awesome songs by him as well.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
In this new episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective looks and talks about the BC and US elections. Why is it important for people with disabilities to vote and is voting truly accessible? Find out by listening to the podcast!CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
UBC has started classes online which prompted the Accessibility Collective to ask the question: is it accessible? In a panel discussion, they chat with Bowen Tang, Jessie Blair and Catherine Siegler about it and how the pandemic has changed the way they work. Accessibility Collective member, Nicole Le, also chats with Hard of Hearing students, Alex…
 
What are the similarities between COVID and accessibility? What communication program is better: Zoom or Google Meet? When did disability rights start? The Accessibility Collective answers these questions. Plus, they chat with former CiTR Spoken Word Coordinator, Alex de Boer and play music from disabled Canadian artists.…
 
In this different world we're living in right now, the Accessibility Collective brings you Local, National & International News on Coronavirus. The team also gives some safety tips recommended from health officials and talks about how it has affected everyone including us.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
CiTR's Fundrive is back and that is the Accessibility Collectives' main focus in this episode. Why you should donate to CiTR, where your donations will be going and why you should donate to All Access Pass as your show to donate to. This and listen to some rocking music by people with disabilities.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
In this episode, the Accessibility Collective review two events hosted by the PuSh Festival. Also, we look at Bell Let's Talk campaign and chat with the Executive Director of Vancouver Fraser branch of Canadian Mental Health Association, Michael Anhorn on MH and more. All this and hear some great music, so enjoy!…
 
In this episode, meet some of the new Accessibility Collective members, what events are happening around town and hear some disability news across Canada. Plus, check out our thoughts on the recent Snowstorm in Vancouver as well as listen to some awesome music from disability musicians!CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
It's celebration time as it's our 100th episode! On this week's show and the last for the year, the Accessibility Collective interviews the past AC Coordinator, Dezy. The team also plays their favourite holiday music as well as Jessie and Alison's thoughts on Translations, an All Bodies Dance performance and so much more!…
 
In this episode, the Accessibility Collective explores the current news in Vancouver and in Canada. After that, Collective member Sarah talks about the history of Kirkbride Manors and its role in helping people with mental illness and check out some awesome music by disabled artists.CiTR & Discorder Magazine による
 
We talked about the possible public transit strike, the recent federal election, the Global Climate Strike in Vancouver that happened in September, and the Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture Culture Days and the posAbilities 15th Annual Art Show and Sale. Thank you to Sarah for hosting, Lidia for working the boards, Alison, Anton, Deepi, and Nat…
 
We are back on air for the first episode of Season 5! Deepi is our host, Alison on the switchboards, and Lidia, Nate, Sarah, and Anton help out in the studio! We all introduced ourselves, including Clovis, Brett, and Nicole, who couldn't make it but were here in spirit! We also talked about the issue in Quebec, voting in the upcoming federal electi…
 
In honour of Pride Month in Vancouver, this episode focuses on interviews. One with Robert James O'Brien, author of “Just One More Drive: The True Story of a Stuttering Homosexual and His Race Car." The second with Andrew Gurza, a Disability Awareness Consultant and Cripple Content Creator. Plus, hear some awesome music and more. Producers: Alison …
 
In this episode, the Accessibility Collective member, Alison, talks to dragon boat athletes, Amy Amantea, and Sydney Spraggs about living with disabilities, their passion on dragon boat and much more! Also, we hear from Clovis, who shares his thoughts and experiences with this sport and how it is challenging with his disability and more. Producers:…
 
Back to exploring on the topic of diet and food remedies to cure diseases, the Accessibility Collective talk part 2 on this topic. Is there a cure for certain diseases and disorders? We talk to nurse and diabetes educator: Gerri Klein about diets, diabetes and much more! Producers: Deepi, Nicole Le and Alison…
 
We're back for the summer and kicking things off by talking about diet and food remedies used to cure disease. Is there a cure for certain diseases and disorders? In this episode, we discuss this food-ridden-topic with our collective members, Deepi and Nicole L , as well as special guests Mark Babor and the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association BC Y…
 
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