Although the eastern part of her country is engulfed in civil war, Francine Atosha Mbusa lives, works and takes empowering action in exactly that region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The government of the DRC was a strong supporter of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). However, local … Continued
Leroy F. Moore Jr
Josh Elwood talks with Mitch Jeserich about President Trump’s attitude toward disability. Then, we seek out disabled and deaf artists in South Africa with Leroy F. Moore Jr. and Simon Manda. Leroy F. Moore Jr is the founder of Krip Hop Nation. He recently visited seven South African cities with Simon Manda, the cofounder of … Continued
At age 14 Fable was diagnosed with anxiety, stage two bipolar, and depression. His home life was abusive and, as he says, “everything else was very, very, very hard to deal with.” Today he works with Mental Health America, traveling to different parts of the country to start a conversation about these issues, to talk … Continued
Leroy F. Moore Jr., is here with his new book, “Black Kripple Delivers Poetry and Lyrics.” Listen to the founder of Krip Hop talk about black history, police brutality and his highly productive work as a black activist with a disability.
Guests include Jean Stewart, Lateef Mcleod, Beatriz Herrera, Leah Gardner, Leroy F. Moore Jr, and Avotcja. Fund drive Special.