In this episode, Tiffany speaks with Misha Montoya. Misha is a lifelong student; a disability activist; the mother of a radiant ten-year-old son; a para-athlete, including adaptive rock-climbing, four-track skiing, mountain biking, and kayaking; a spiritual practitioner and a world-travelled lover of truth. Misha talks about her spinal cord injury, living in a disabled body, and what social expectations are placed on you when you have a visible disability.
CONTENT: details of a spinal cord injury, paraplegia, exploiting disabled bodies, ableism. Listener discretion is advised.
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