On April 27-28, New York will host the first stuttering conference for African-Americans. I speak with Eloise Tyler, creator organizer of this event and learn a bit about the stuttering experience for this demographic.
But first, my friend Sam Dunsiger, director of communications for Stutter Social, takes over the show while I’m driving (and averting collisions). Sam shares his recent experiences with ordering coffee at Starbucks and a funny thing that happened at a job interview.
I also play audio feedback from beautiful Quebec City which prompts me to talk about the ISA’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities of People Who Stutter.
It’s a jam packed episode with Creative Commons music by Texasradiofish.