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Still sick over a year after contracting covid, activist, educator, and burlesque performer Una Osato is navigating pain, grieving loss, finding disability community, and redefining what it means to get 'better.'

Produced and Edited by Taylor Cook

for the BRIC podcast Brooklyn, USA
Episode 48

In the 1980's there were over 200 lesbian bars in the U.S.. Today only 15 remain. This is a story about Ginger’s, the last lesbian bar in Brooklyn, its history, and its founder, Sheila Frayne, who is fighting to save this vital community space.

Produced and Edited by Taylor Cook

for the Brooklyn Public Library podcast Borrowed

Season 3 Episode 10 

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Hospital

When there aren't enough resources to go around, who gets left behind? Surging covid cases and potential ventilator shortages lay bare our healthcare system's ableist medical rationing practices. This piece explores the racist, eugenic roots of healthcare discrimination and the disability organizing efforts to fight for health equity.

Produced by Taylor Cook, Emily Boghossian, and Shirin Barghi 

for the BRIC podcast Brooklyn, USA
Episode 28