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CiTR’s Third Annual Access Day! Tune in May 18 from 12-6pm

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Join us on Thursday May 18th for CiTR’s third annual Access Day!

From 12pm-6pm listen on the air at 101.9FM or online at www.citr.ca for 6 hours of programming featuring content that is about accessibility, self- advocacy, social accessibility, adaptive programming and more!

Check out this year’s programming schedule! UPDATE – Podcasts now available! Follow the “Listen to the Podcast” link after each description to hear the podcasts.

12pm: Live performance by Digger Dan (vocals, guitars). Digger Dan is a songwriter with an expanding list of covers. Proudly supported by Vancouver Adapted Music Society (VAMS) (vams.org). The live performance will be followed by an interview with the band! – Listen to the Podcast
 
1pm: “Breaking the Barrier: Highlighting different abilities in the employment world” radio documentary by Deepi Leihl and Estephania Solis. – Listen to the Podcast. 
 
2pm: Live performance by the Mark Ash band “That’s What She Said” from the Vancouver Adapted Music Society (VAMS). The live performance will be followed by an interview with the band! – Listen to the Podcast. 
 
3pm: ‘(Dis)ability Justice’ a recording of a panel discussion created through collaboration by CiTR’s Accessibility Collective All Access Pass and The F-Word Conference 2017 at UBC. This panel features speakers Lynx Sainte-Marie and representatives from Barrier-Free BC, Rob and Reed: challenging notions of disability and policy for the greater public. – Listen to the Podcast. 
 
4pm: Kelly Reaburn talks to David Thompson a staff member for The Richmond Disability Centre. Also Autism Live. Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), headquartered in Woodland Hills, California, and with offices throughout, the United States and around the globe. Visit www.autism-live.com for more details.- Listen to the Podcast. 
 
5-5:30pm: An interview with Adam Grant Warren about his upcoming play Last Train in at the 2017 rEvolver Festival. Listen to the Podcast. 
 
5:30pm – 6pm: An interview with Grant Hardy, a Broadcast Presenter for AMI-TV Vancouver. For more info about AMI, check out their website here: Accessible Media Inc. – Listen to the Podcast. 
 
6pm: Closing remarks from CiTR’s Accessibility Committee! 
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CiTR works to foster and sustain a safe and inclusive environment for our members, volunteers, guests and supporters. We reflect the UBC campus, the city, and the multicultural/multiracial nature of both, and honour an inclusive, healthy and dynamic society in which each person, regardless of background, experience or circumstance, is able to participate and benefit in varying capacities.
 
CiTR’s Access Day programming focuses on these commitments through the content and voices of our guests, bringing these values, and the associated challenges, to the minds and ears of our listeners, volunteers, and programmers.
 
Thanks to Music Heals Canada for their support!
 
We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied, traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – specifically the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.

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CiTR works to foster and sustain a safe and inclusive environment for our members, volunteers, guests and supporters. We reflect the UBC campus, the city, and the multicultural/multiracial nature of both, and honour an inclusive, healthy and dynamic society in which each person, regardless of background, experience or circumstance, is able to participate and benefit in varying capacities.

CiTR’s Access Day programming focuses on these commitments through the content and voices of our guests, bringing these values, and the associated challenges, to the minds and ears of our listeners, volunteers, and programmers.

We acknowledge that this event takes place on occupied, traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – specifically the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.