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Best Colour Vision podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Colour Vision podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A fortnightly show with lively discussions from the black British/ African prospective. COLOUR OUT THE BOX, is a podcast, community, blog and platform all in one. Started as two friends who wanted to document their weekly conversations about their everyday lived experiences has now grown into an online community that gives a voice to people of the African and Afro Caribbean Diaspora to tell stories and share their unique take, all whilst navigating the complexities of modern life. A podcast ...
 
“Simply conversation between friends….” COLOUR OUT THE BOX. Started as way for host Mo (@moactually) to document her weekly conversations with friends, about their everyday lived experiences, has now grown into an online community that gives a voice to people of the African and Afro Caribbean Diaspora to tell stories and share their unique take, all whilst navigating the complexities of modern life. A podcast that covers everything from racial politics in the workplace, the perils of online ...
 
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AMI-tv reporter Shelby Travers talks about how to choose colours for your outfits. We hear about concerns that people with certain disabilities may be passed over for COVID-19 treatment. Nelson Régo from Cool Blind Tech tells us about a 3D printer that can produce medicines with braille markings. And Karen Magee and Mark Phoenix compete against Dav…
 
Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge gives us an update on the COVID-19 crisis. Our tech expert Marc Aflalo tells us that Google is tracking how well people around the world are complying with physical distancing rules. AMI producer Nisreen Abdel-Majid explains why it can be frustrating to see universities introduce online accommodations for e…
 
Mo and guest Wize Grazette of the Indie Creative Network: Wize is back to have a very honest and open conversation about being in a polyamorous relationship, explaining what that means to him and how he navigates his day to day relationships. Mo asks all the questions and hopefully helps to dispel the common myths and misconceptions. The candid con…
 
Mo and guest Wize Grazette of the Indie Creative Network: Wize is back to have a very honest and open conversation about being in a polyamorous relationship, explaining what that means to him and how he navigates his day to day relationships. Mo asks all the questions and hopefully helps to dispel the common myths and misconceptions. The candid con…
 
Reporters Michelle McQuigge and Meagan Gillmore join Dave for our weekly news panel. We talk about what governments should be doing to support people who rent, how to protect prison inmates and prison guards from the pandemic, and whether governments should put their other policy priorities on hold until after the crisis ends. In the second hour of…
 
CNIB president John Rafferty explains how his organization has adapted its operations to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dave speaks his mind on whether public transit should be considered an essential service during the state of emergency. AMI producer Dawn Dickinson tells us about a team of British officials that's fighting misinformation about the outbre…
 
Our community reporter Guy Carriere tells us how the pandemic has affected the academic year for university students in Sudbury, Ontario. We speak with disability advocate Judy Kerr about the need to reform Canada's building codes. Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge explains why leaving a big city to head to cottage country is not a good ide…
 
Lawrence Gunther from Blue Fish Radio tells us about efforts to preserve biodiversity in freshwater systems around the world. We highlight a statement from Human Rights Watch about the need to protect the rights of people with disabilities when responding to the pandemic. Our community reporter JR Bjornson calls in from Red Deer to explain how he’s…
 
Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge tells us what powers the federal government is exercising through the Quarantine Act. We ask tech expert Marc Aflalo about wireless routers and other devices that make it easier to work from home. Kim Thistle reviews the Netflix documentary “Crip Camp.” And our east coast colleague Ryan Delehanty talls us a…
 
Mo and guest Wize Grazette of the Indie Creative Network: The on-going pandemic of COVID-19, Wize shares more about the current situation in New York, as New York state alone has accounted for more than 30,000 cases of the virus, hence the importance of staying at home. Mo and Wize also share how they are spending their time, and the opportunity to…
 
Mo and guest Wize Grazette of the Indie Creative Network: The on-going pandemic of COVID-19, Wize shares more about the current situation in New York, as New York state alone has accounted for more than 30,000 cases of the virus, hence the importance of staying at home. Mo and Wize also share how they are spending their time, and the opportunity to…
 
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