Welcome to the Demand Our Access podcast. This podcast is dedicated to teaching people with disabilities their legal rights and showing them how to access and enforce their legal rights.
The next episode of the Demand Our Access podcast will cover our rights to accessible air travel as defined by the Air Carrier Access Act and the Airline Passengers with Disabilities Bill of Rights. The prerecorded version will drop no later than Friday, January 6 at 11:00 PM Eastern. The live version will take place on Saturday, January 7 at 2:00 PM Eastern.
Finding the Podcast
The Prerecorded Version Through Podcast Services
The prerecorded version goes through the entire substance of what is being covered in each episode. It does not contain any question and answer parts. This version of the podcast is currently available through several podcast services including Amazon Music, Google, and TuneIn. Additional podcast services will be added as they accept the podcast. To subscribe to the podcast, you can visit the podcast subscription page to access links to all of the currently available podcast services.
The prerecorded podcast will drop no later than the first and third Friday of every month at 8:00 PM Pacific.
The Live Version
Beginning on January seventh, the live version of the podcast will be produced in partnership with the American Council of the Blind’s (ACB) Community team and will air on ACB Community at two Eastern on the first and third Saturday of each month. The live version will always be on ACB Media five. You can listen through the above link or you can tellAlexa to “ask ACB Media to play five.”
The live version will contain the prerecorded presentation, which will be exactly the same as what will go out through the podcast services, and will offer the chance for people participating in Zoom and/or Clubhouse to ask questions. Periodically, ACB Media will rebroadcast the live episodes, but there is no set schedule for the rebroadcasts.
episodes on the Blog Page
As new versions of the prerecorded podcast are published, they will appear on the blog page.
The blog posts for each episode will contain a description of what is discussed on the recording, a link to any files related to the recording, and a media player you can use to listen to the episode.
The Podcast on YouTube
You can also access the prerecorded version of the podcast on the Demand Our Access YouTube channel. The YouTube videos will contain a photo of me that will show for about four seconds. The photo is there to make the content YouTube compliant.
The YouTube videos do not contain links to any related resources. The episodes are often on YouTube fas another place where people can find the material.
The information presented in any of the Demand Our Access podcast episodes, on the Demand Our Access website, or otherwise shared in conjunction with or through association with the Demand Our Access project is expressly not individual legal advice. Applying the law depends on the circumstances and events that comprise every situation. Since legal advice is fact-specific, nothing about the Demand Our Access project can provide an individual, a group of individuals, or any organization legal advice.