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I always wanted my mother to come on the podcast to discuss the topic of adult child/parent relationships after Vision Loss or disability. But Mom was from that generation that didn't really get into those types of conversations. We lost her this month at the age of 85 and I felt the need to talk about some of these feelings I know many of those adjusting to Vision Loss will share. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Happy New Year! We're kicking it off with Cathy Kudlick back on the podcast. Last time we talked Superfest. This time she's sharing Valuable experiences from her life that helped her move away from denying her blindness to using her interests and abilities to become Director of the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Whether we're talking about blindness specifically or the Covid19 pandemic,2020 was all about adjusting. Police senseless killings, Black Lives Matter, Healthcare, we are lacking a just thing! A look back at 2020 from this podcast's perspective in just 20 minutes and 20 seconds! Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Moving beyond the US border we speak with two describers. Rebecca Singh & Elaine Lillian Joseph. We hear how they came to description, the importance of centering Blind people in the process and more on guidelines for describing race, color or ethnicity. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Allyson Johnson, Bill Larson, Inger Tudor, & Tansy Alexander - Voice Over Artists & AD Narrators join me to discuss; How important is voice? Not just the quality and tone, but what else is implied by what is heard? Is the voice indicative of an entire group of people. Can a woman's voice fit a specific genre of film? Is there really a Black voice? Let's flip the script and find out. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Artist, Writer and Poet Charles Curtis Blackwell shares stories of his life. We hear pivotal moments of influence including Jazz and school busing. Loss, Forgiveness, Purpose and of course Art! His experience and approach to adjusting to vision loss is a must hear for anyone new to blindness. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
People with disabilities are considered the largest minority group, yet Black people with disabilities are seldom included in the conversation or seen in the media. In this Co hosted/produced episode with Ajani AJ Murray, we speak with Rasheera Dopsonand D'Arcee Charington to discuss the Black Disabled experience from their individual perspectives. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com
There's so much more to AD than what we hear. So, today on the podcast, we're going to expand who we actually hear from on the topic. There are the "experts" but there are plenty more with something really valuable to contribute. Alejandra Ospina, Liz Thomson and Chanelle Carson: 3 AD Writers & Narrators helping me Flip the Script to hear what's on the other side! Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Cathy Kudlick & Emily Beitik from the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability, home to The Superfest Film Festival join me to discuss all things Superfest 2020. Including: - Providing accessible online content during the Pandemic - Defining 101 vs. 201 Disability Films - Creating a template for Accessible Film Festivals Plus more on what you can expect from Superfest2020 in October. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
In this episode we feature Eric & IDC's Head Audio Description Writer Liz Gutman. We learn about their process, the industry and more all through the lens of consumers advocating for #AudioDescription. Plus if you believe Blind people should be involved in the creation of AD, you'll want to hear what IDC is doing about this. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Luck or Divine force? John Samuel, Chief Innovation Officer of LCI Tech recognizes the latter. His adjustment to blindness journey included adventures in India, Cameroon and more. Yes, life is about the journey, but in this case where he ends up is truly part of his story. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
talking about the place we have to start if we are really going to make change in this country & world. This includes the blindness consumer advocacy org's; ACB and NFB. Do they really serve all Blind people? In an effort to remain hopeful, I was reminded of a story from the archive that in a way illustrates some of what needs to happen in order to really move forward. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
2019 Holman Prize winner, Dr. Mona Minkara along with her Planes Trains & Canes production team join me to talk about the documentary series on YouTube. The series follows Mona traveling alone to five cities around the world using only public transportation. The series highlights many of the challenges those with vision loss experience on a daily basis. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
New normal? Those adjusting to blindness have a lot of experience in this way of thinking. I invited my wife Marlett on the podcast to discuss the topic. The result is good advice for others, we stop her Tick Tock obsession and it's also establishing the framing for an upcoming episode featuring Planes Trains & Canes. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Continuing with the exploration of Audio Description, I'm very happy to have one of the founders of Audio Eyes, Rick Boggs on the podcast. We get a bit of historyof AD with an emphasis on the role Blind people played in its creation & advances. Why is
CoronaVirus is the most immediate & serious thing we as a human race have dealt with at the same time. Simultaneously, we're all a part - as in a community. Yet, we see so many all over the world trying to tear apart any form of cooperation between na
Matthew Shifrin is a young musician, Inventor, Entrepreneur and Advocate. His story of bringing accessible instructions to Lego is a great example of the power of individual advocacy. Hear about his other projects including virtual reality, comic book access, rock climbing and a new podcast. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts. Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com @tsreid
In this episode I'm working through something that's been nagging me for a while. Giving it some real consideration led me to recall a story from my own adjustment experience. A time when I got duped into being a part of a live performance of inspiration porn. Well, sort of. Let's just say I wasn't there for the same reasons as those running the event. Subscribe - wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Ajani "AJ" Murray knew from an early age that he wanted to act. his first school was television which he studied intently. Hear how television and movies provided much more than entertainment for him and his family. His methods for navigating the obstacles along his journey and how he's making his own place in an industry that isn't always welcoming. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts, links and more on http://ReidMyMind.com/ Follow @tsreid on Twitter
Living a creative life for Victoria Clare is more than a way to express herself. It serves as a way to help her own adjustment to vision loss Hear her story from denial and rebellion to acceptance and putting her in a position to support others. She's a Sculptor, Musician, Entrepreneur... and she's working on becoming a Scratch DJ! For real though! Subscribe! wherever you get podcasts. Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com @tsreid
A brief update from me regarding the podcast & the future. this episode features an original production I'm calling the RMM Radio 2019 Rap Up. It features my daughter Raven Reid along with yours truly spittin' that fire! I even created a video availab
An RMM Radio O.G (Original Guest) is back! Joe Strechay, Blindness Consultant tells us all about his work on the new series See from Apple TV Plus. Yes, he was hanging out with the cast, but the job required some real sacrifices. Hear his advice for his 19 year old self who didn't know what to think when first facing blindness. Subscribe wherever you get podcasts! Transcripts available at ReidMyMind.com. Holla Back!: 1 570-798-7343 ReidMyMindRadio@gmail.com Follow @tsreid
Alice Sheppard and Kinetic Light partner, Laurel Lawson together discuss Audimance - transforming dance into sound. Hear how they became Dancers, the challenges of finding physically integrated dance schools, the film "Inclinations" and all about the app changing how we think about audio description. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Transcripts available at www.ReidMyMind.com Follow @tsreid on Twitter
There are specific concerns around finding employment for people with vision loss, but so much of the process is universal. Nancy Karas, an HR Leader and Executive Coach shares insight to help people find their happiness. Learn the latest approach to finding a job, improve online networking, finding your dream job and increasing productivity. Subscribe: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, or wherever you get podcasts. Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com @tsreid on Twitter
Megan Aragon is the Director of Knowledge Advancement Programs with AFB. Hear all about the new Blind Leaders Development Program and how it can help you reach your career goals. Megan's own story of adjusting to vision loss exemplifies the ideas behind the BLDP. This is a must listen for anyone struggling to accept their own blindness. Subscribe! Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Tune In Radio or wherever you get podcasts. Transcripts & more at ReidMyMind.com @tsreid
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Podcast Details

Created by
T.Reid
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 5th, 2014
Latest Episode
Feb 24th, 2021
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
133
Avg. Episode Length
17 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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