Dope Black Disabled Podcast

Dope Black Disabled Podcast

By Kimmy Soko

Dope Black Disabled Podcast is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful story telling at the heart of what we aim to do.

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Episodes

Episode 11 - Disability His Month: Disabled Sex And Dating ft Joy's World Podcast

In this episode, Kimmy and Debola are joined by none other than the wonderful Joy from the Joy's World podcast. Together they discuss dating, sex and relationships as people with disabilities as part of Disabled History month.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/11/2156m 59s

Episode 10 - Conversation With A Paralympian ft Kare Adenegan

In this episode, Kimmy and Debola are joined by Paralympian Kare Adenegan. She shares her insight into the world of a Para- Athletics, Tokyo 2020 and more; including the most accessible country she's visited as well as her accessibility pet peeves.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/2151m 46s

Episode 09 - Institutional Racist Ableism- Clifford Owensby And More

TW: This episode contains mention of police brutality, institutional racism and suicidal thoughts.In this episode, Kimmy and Christine are back with co-host Debola to discuss three recent events which saw different individuals including Kimmy herself, suffering at the hands of institutional racist ableism.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/11/211h 16m

Episode 08 - Medical Gaslighting, Medical Racial Bias and Disabled Art ft Jameisha Prescod

This week, due to some technical difficulties, a conversation that happened between Christine Jon'el, (she/her) Kimmy Soko (she/her) and JameishaPrescod (they/them/she) is salvaged down to a conversation between two, sans Christine. We hope that this conversation is educational, representative and healing.Trigger Warning: Medical gaslighting, racism, medical racism and ostracism.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/10/2153m 9s

Episode 07 - Let's talk about Celebrity Gogglebox and Disabled Influence ft Fats Timbo

In this episode, Kimmy and Christine are joined by comedian and social media influencer Fats Timbo to discuss the appearance of herself and Kimmy on Channel 4's Celebrity Gogglebox as part of the #BlackToFront campaign. The ladies talk about Fats Timbo's career, the ableism she faces in her industry and how it felt being on national TV.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/09/211h 1m

Episode 06 - I Lost A Friend To Ableism ft Zainab Mohammed

In this episode, Kimmy and Christine are joined by Zainab Mohammed to discuss an ableist incident that occurred to Kimmy. The ladies talk in-depth about the incident and it gets emotional!!! They also talk about everyday ableist language and more. Join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #dbdisabledpod and follow the ladies on Instagram - @amazaynab @christinejonel_  @kimmysokocbq.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/09/2156m 48s

Episode 05 - Disability Pride Month, The Paralympics and Fat Phobia

Join our hosts as they reflect on Disability Pride Month, look forward to the Paralympics and discuss online fatphobia and cyberbullying.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All-new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/08/2152m 6s

Episode 04 - Let's Talk About Shielding, Disability And Religion ft Hortense Julienne

Long Episode Alert!!!!!! In this episode, we sit down with one of our Dope Black Disabled community and family members, entrepreneur Hortense Julienne. In a conversation originally meant to be about shielding and the no mask mandate. The conversation covers everything from faith, shielding and navigating the pandemic as disabled people and much more. Dope Black Disabled welcomes people of all faiths (non-faiths) and walks of life. We also encourage our listeners to follow medical advice and scientific guidelines as we navigate this pandemic. We would like to thank our guest Hortense Julienne for joining us and sharing her inspiring story. Keep in touch with her on instagram: @missynang and @fuelledbynuts. Find us @dopeblackdisabled on IG and @dbdisabled on Twitter and keep the conversation with the hashtag #dbdisabledpod *Content Warning: mention of suicide See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/08/211h 19m

Episode 03 - Interabled Black Love: Meet The Lundys.

This week Kimmy sits down with Mr Stewart Tucker Lundy and Dr Marci Lundy to talk about relationships. Tune in for a raw, honest, funny and healthy conversation that is just as relatable as it is educational. Follow our guests on instagram @303_face_body and @stewarttuckerlundy and keep in touch with us @dopeblackdisabled. Thank you for tuning in!!!!!Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/07/2156m 27s

Episode 02 - Why #FreeBritney Is Also A Disability Rights Movement

In this episode Kimmy, Christine and Debola explore the details of conservatorship following Britney Spears discussing her own in court. Together they look at what conservatorship means not just for Britney Spears but for other people living with disabilities and why #FreeBritney is also a disability rights movement.Dope Black Disabled is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful storytelling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch! All new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/07/2151m 48s

Episode 01 - Meet The Hosts

Episode 01 of your new favourite podcast is here! Meet your hosts: Kimmy, Debola and Christine. In this episode, they introduce themselves, discuss which disabilities they are thriving under, their ableist pet peeves, and what they would tell their younger selves.Dope Black Disabled Podcast is a joyful, spirited and sometimes irreverent look at life, through the lens of disability. Dope Black Disabled Podcast aims to celebrate, educate, inspire, heal, uplift, and represent black disabled people across the diaspora and the motherland with truthful story telling at the heart of what we aim to do. Get to know us, keep in touch- all new family and allies are welcome @dopeblackdisabled on Instagram and Facebook; @dbdisabled on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/06/2152m 34s
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