SIP and Sam
Inclusion Coffee Talk
Podcast

SIP & Sam Inclusion Coffee Talk lifts the voices of the disability community to challenge the current system and inspire change makers that are empowered to take action in creating inclusive communities rooted in belonging. If you are committed to being an inclusion ally this podcast is for you!

Podcast Episodes:

In this episode:

In this episode we speak to filmmaker, agitator, and social justice activist Amanda Lukoff. Amanda speaks from the sibling perspective of having a sister with a disability. Amanda shares how this experience empowered her to disrupt the use of the “The R- Word” by creating a feature film that unravels the history and lasting effects of this word.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode, we hear from disability and social justice activist, Emily Ladau. Emily engages listeners in a stimulating conversation featuring meaningful examples of her lived experiences as a person with a disability, how it is perceived in society today, and how we can shift that perspective as change makers and allies for the disability community.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode, we dig deep into the power of language. We talk about how it often feeds ableism and provide suggestions on how to reframe the way we speak about disability in order to interrupt the abelist narrative.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode we speak to filmmaker, agitator, and social justice activist Amanda Lukoff. Amanda speaks from the sibling perspective of having a sister with a disability. Amanda shares how this experience empowered her to disrupt the use of the “The R- Word” by creating a feature film that unravels the history and lasting effects of this word.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode, we hear from disability and social justice activist, Emily Ladau. Emily engages listeners in a stimulating conversation featuring meaningful examples of her lived experiences as a person with a disability, how it is perceived in society today, and how we can shift that perspective as change makers and allies for the disability community.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode, we dig deep into the power of language. We talk about how it often feeds ableism and provide suggestions on how to reframe the way we speak about disability in order to interrupt the abelist narrative.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode we speak to filmmaker, agitator, and social justice activist Amanda Lukoff. Amanda speaks from the sibling perspective of having a sister with a disability. Amanda shares how this experience empowered her to disrupt the use of the “The R- Word” by creating a feature film that unravels the history and lasting effects of this word.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode:

In this episode, we hear from disability and social justice activist, Emily Ladau. Emily engages listeners in a stimulating conversation featuring meaningful examples of her lived experiences as a person with a disability, how it is perceived in society today, and how we can shift that perspective as change makers and allies for the disability community.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

In this episode, we dig deep into the power of language. We talk about how it often feeds ableism and provide suggestions on how to reframe the way we speak about disability in order to interrupt the abelist narrative.

View the Podcast Transcript HERE.

About Our Hosts:

Sam’s Bio:

Sam is a nationally recognized educator and changemaker, Founder and Executive Director of Changing Perspectives. Sam applies his personal and professional background to lead Changing Perspectives’ mission to strengthen school communities through social-emotional learning, disability awareness, empathy development, and inclusion. Click here to learn more about Sam.
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Janelle’s Bio:

Janelle serves as the Project Coordinator for the Supporting Inclusive Practices Project.  She inspires others to design opportunities for all students to thrive. Janelle’s extensive professional experience in system change has positively impacted the educational arena throughout the state of California. Click here to learn more about Janelle.

Testimonials:

“As an Inclusion Specialist for my district, I am always on the hunt for amazing quick resources that I can share with teachers to help impact their practice towards inclusion. The SIP and Sam Inclusion Coffee Talk Podcast fit the bill and I love the positive feedback teachers have given!”
Stephanie Coleman
K-12 Inclusion Curriculum & Instruction Specialist, Folsom Cordova Unified School District

Testimonials:

“As an Inclusion Specialist for my district, I am always on the hunt for amazing quick resources that I can share with teachers to help impact their practice towards inclusion. The SIP and Sam Inclusion Coffee Talk Podcast fit the bill and I love the positive feedback teachers have given!”
Stephanie Coleman
K-12 Inclusion Curriculum & Instruction Specialist, Folsom Cordova Unified School District