This week, Peter Altschul is speaking with us on how his book, “Riding Elephants:
Creating Common Ground Where Contention Rules” can help people unite and advocate.
This week, Dawn Barclay talks about her book, “Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse”.
This week, we speak with Dr. Mona Minkara. Dr. Minkara is an assistant professor in the
Department of Bioengineering at NorthEaster where she heads the combine (computational modeling for Biointerface Engineering Lab. Dr. Minkara believes that vision is more than sight.
Annie Chiapetta, prolific author, talks with Sam about her latest book, Hope For The Tarnished.
This week, Sherie Wallace will be with us to talk about class number 39 of the
Partners in Policymaking. Joining her will be three of the class participants: Arbdella Hudson, Cassie Kallis, and Nicole Laudont.
Mary Lee Turner joins Sam to talk about a seminar with Hull Foundation Learning Center called Living with Sight Loss
Bre Grand, project manager of Metro Transit’s transit information, will talk about the AIRA pilot period extension. And Jon Skaalen of the Minnesota Access Alliance will note upcoming accessible arts & culture events from the MNAA Calendar.
This week, Andy Streasick, manager of Customer Service for Metro Mobility discusses new changes and revisit some old topics.