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OPB will use this project to focus on ways people and institutions can partner with those living with disability to create possibility and opportunity. Specifically with respect to education, the workplace and cultural life, our programming and coverage will highlight people and organizations successfully overcoming regional barriers to create meaningful participation rather than simply making accommodation. Those living with disability know inclusion is the most effective way to experience a whole life without stigma or discrimination.

Adaptive Skiing with Jana Sherry

There is nothing quite like the sheer feeling of freedom and joy that comes from skiing. Meet up with a group of people who are helping to make sure that feeling is available to everyone who wants to hit the slopes.

• People demanding an end to police brutality during protests in Portland, Ore., June 3, 2020, in the name of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other Black people killed by police have swept the nation.

Think Out Loud | July 2 2020

Listen to three reports from this episode of Think Out Loud.  Discussions range from the Oregon Supreme Court,  ableism and racism in law enforcement, and a discussion with Danny Martinez, emergency manager for the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.

The Bend/La Pine School District is working to make virtual school an equitable experience for all, including those with language barriers, internet challenges and persons with special needs.

Think Out Loud | Eye to Eye

The Bend-La Pine school district has gaping socioeconomic differences among its students. Educators say they are working hard to make school an equitable experience for all. But they’re confronting challenges with addressing language barriers, spotty internet connections, and the needs of students with disabilities who relied on the routine of the school day. 

A burned house near the Riverside fire on September 14, 2020 in Estacada, Oregon. Some residents chose to return to their homes as favorable weather helped slow the fire’s spread.

Think Out Loud | Deaf Talent

Thousands of Oregonians were evacuated from their homes because of wildfires earlier this month. For people with disabilities, evacuating required additional time and notice that wasn’t always possible with the rapidly spreading fires. That means that evacuating created additional stressors, and for some, disruptions in disability services they rely on.