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  1. 2023 planDisney Search | planDisney Podcast - Special Episode

    On this episode of the planDisney Podcast, we are excited to announce that the 2023 planDisney Search is on! Host and former panelist Amiyrah Martin joins panelists Lisa E., Raquel C. and Ryan J. to share insights on everything you need to know about planDisney. Stay tuned to find out how you can apply to become a 2023 planDisney panelist and for a special announcement about this year’s Search. Good luck!

    0:00-2:42 Meet the planDisney Panelists 2:42-3:43 What is planDisney? 3:43-6:41 Responsibilities of Being a Panelist 6:41-8:55 A Day in the Life of a Panelist 8:55-13:11 Answering Questions from Guests 13:11-14:42 How Long is a Panelist Active? 14:42-22:05 How to Become a 2023 planDisney Panelist 22:05-31:32 Top Tips for Applying 31:32-35:04 Eligibility Requirements 35:04-38:42 Preparing for Applications 38:42-43:30 What to Expect After Decisions 43:30-49:50 Lightning Round! 49:50-51:54 Visit planDisneySearch.com

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  2. Talking Simpsons: Talking Simpsons - Half Decent Proposal With Jason Sheridan

    As one of Simpsons season 2 characters returns, we also happily welcome back  ! As Homer's snoring is out of control, this brings Artie Ziff back into Marge's life for an extended parody of Indecent Proposal. And just as we're done talking about that, they parody several films from the '70s leading to a fiery finale, so check all that out on your way to Mount Carlmore on this week's podcast! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting

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  3. Making Conferences More Accessible with Darryl Adams, Intel’s Director of Accessibility

    With the surge in popularity and need for hybrid and virtual events, Lou sits down with Intel’s Director of Accessibility, Darryl Adams, to discuss how technology can make in-person and virtual conferences more accessible and inclusive to speakers and audience members with disabilities. He also speaks to how accessible conference design can be improved and fine-tuned for speakers with disabilities, and help those without disabilities feel more comfortable presenting. What kind of accessibility principles and design factors should conference hosts consider for audience members with disabilities and those without disabilities when setting up for in-person and virtual events? How does this technology increase engagement and diversity in attendance? Listen as Darryl and Lou touch on all these topics, and more.

    Darryl Adams recommends: Demystifying Disability by Emily Ladau

    Darryl Adams is the Director of Accessibility at Intel. Darryl leads a team that works at the intersection of technology and human experience helping discover new ways for people with disabilities to work, interact, and thrive. Darryl’s mission is to connect his passion for technology innovation with Intel’s disability inclusion efforts to help make computing and access to digital information more accessible for everyone and …

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  4. Stonewall | Eric Marcus Remembers the Voices of Stonewall | 5

    When the events of Stonewall happened in 1969, Eric Marcus was just a boy away at a New Jersey summer camp. Nearly 20 years later, he would document the voices of revolutionary LGBTQ activists like Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera and Frank Kameny for his book, “Making Gay History: The Half-Century Fight for Lesbian and Gay Equal Rights.” 

    While his work started out as a printed oral history, Marcus knew that taping those interviews would “one day have value beyond my book.” And he was right. Many of those interviews can be heard on the Making Gay History podcast, which he founded and hosts. 

    Today, Marcus talks about his conversations with people who shaped the early LGBTQ movement. He’ll also share what people who were patrons of the Stonewall Inn told him about their time there. 

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  5. Stonewall | Pride | 4

    After a late-night police raid on the Stonewall Inn in June 1969, the LGBTQ community fought back in the streets of Greenwich Village. Suddenly, the LGBTQ rights movement found itself catapulted onto the national stage.  

    But questions of how radical an approach to take would pit young activists against the pioneers of the 1950s and 1960s. Even with the formation of new organizations like the Gay Liberation Front and the Gay Activists Alliance, questions emerged. Would it be better to take part in the political process? Or to stage confrontational “zaps?”

    These new groups would soon be engulfed by in-fighting over goals, strategy, membership, and how the LGTBQ rights movement fit into the larger landscape of radical activism. Meanwhile, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson would form their own group – one that would speak directly to issues facing unhoused people, and the trans community in New York city.

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  6. Stonewall | Why Don’t You Do Something? | 3

    Resistance at restaurants in San Francisco and Philadelphia showcased the building tension as trans activists challenged long-standing policies of discrimination. But leading gay rights groups continued to stress a calm, non-confrontational approach to reform.

    That all changed in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, when police raided the Stonewall Inn. 

    For police, it was just another raid, but this time would be different: the Stonewall’s patrons would fight back. The clashes on Christopher Street would become an uprising against police oppression with long-lasting reverberations for the LGBTQ rights movement.

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  7. Stonewall | Turbulence | 2

    As the 1960s dawned, LGBTQ activists began to voice frustration with the gradual approach to civil rights advocated by groups like the Mattachine Society. If LGBTQ people wanted to make real progress, they concluded, they would need to take direct action — starting with tactics shared with the Black civil rights movement. 

    Through protests and sit-ins in places like New York, Washington DC, and San Francisco, LGBTQ activists started agitating for greater rights. They would tackle employment discrimination along with the widespread issues of police harassment, abuse, and entrapment, which targeted LGBTQ people nationwide. 

    But as white gay activists pushed for acceptance by a white, middle-class American majority, transgender activists and people color faced even greater challenges related to their race and gender identity. They would respond by forging their own communities and strategies to protect themselves from harassment and violence. 

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