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Jan 19, 2019

Programming for people with intellectual disabilities is in short supply, and free programming is even harder to find. Two staffers from the local organization Kokua are changing that with LEAD, an education program that pairs local college students with folks with disabilities who have learning objectives, and Hummingbird Studios, a downtown Olympia art studio that is about to be open free of charge five days a week for art workshops and more. This episode is an interview with Randi Miller, who manages both programs and can melt your heart with stories of what happens when you include those who've never been included.