Walk and Roll Live is a podcast dedicated to giving a voice to the disabled community. Life, Limitless.
Walk and Roll Live vision statement
"Walk and Roll Live envisions a vibrant online platform that serves as a beacon of unity within the disabled community. Through shared narratives and insightful conversations, we aspire to foster deep healing and camaraderie among individuals while also being a trusted source for valuable information from disabled service providers, promoting empowerment, awareness, and inclusivity."
This weeks episode
Join Doug and Eric on this week's episode of Walk and Roll Live as we sit down with Greg Walker, a key figure in the Inland Empire Regional Broadband Consortium. Discover how this organization is championing the voice of various groups in the quest for expanded broadband access across California. As advocates for the disability community, we delve into the impact of these initiatives on accessibility. Plus, learn about Greg's incredible work with the Great Harvest Community Center, where they provide free Chromebooks and internet access to underserved communities, truly making a difference in narrowing the digital divide. Tune in for an insightful conversation at the intersection of technology, accessibility, and community empowerment. www.walkandrolllive.comwww.broadbandforall.cdt.ca.govwww.ghccedu.comwww.scdd.ca.gov
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