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Email RAMP: Realize an Accessible Montreal Project at
RampMontreal @ gmail . com
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If you would like to be interviewed, please tell us:
- Briefly, what barrier(s) you have faced in Montreal
- Your availability for interview and approximate location
- Accessibility to your location. The interviewer cannot climb stairs, use the Metro, nor cope with cigarette nor cannabis smoke (including vaping). Is there parking nearby?
- If you belong to an organization that would like to host a Day of Stories, where several people with disabilities can be interviewed.
Creator, project manager and interviewer for RAMP, Reisa Stone
I am a singer, artist, and the author of two Ukrainian culture books, Baba's Kitchen: Ukrainian Soul Food and Rosie's Rescue; stories collected from Stalinist and Holocaust survivors, including my family. Three of my stories about love and disability have been published by Chicken Soup for the Soul.
Photos: on left, with Ellie. On right, with Skwah First Nation members & elder Eddie Gardner, at river honouring ceremony. I am holding the sign made by elders, because they told us to be ready for the media to show up and discuss the issues.