The Mad and Crip Theology Podcast
"We are Mad and Crip theologians who want to contribute to change. Join us as we talk with theologians, artists, activists, writers and members of the mad/disabled community who are doing important work in Canada and around the world. This podcast is an opportunity to model how faith communities can engage in theological and spiritual conversations around madness and cripness." (from the podcast description)
This podcast is hosted by Amy Panton and Miriam Spies, editors of the Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health and Disability.
For accessibility, transcripts are included with each podcast episode. The podcast is also available to watch in video form with captions.
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