In episode 281, I sit down with my new friend Mugabi Byenkya as we talk about medical racism and ableism through his experiences of being a three time stroke survivor. We explore horrible things doctors said, the importance of family support, why people thought seizures were demonic and more. This episode is important because it shows how disability is perceived alongside anti-black racism, etc. Enjoy!
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