Protest

Accessibility Is Home is one of a kind podcast that bridges the realtor and disability community together by sharing experiences, opportunities, and resources on indepedent living and home ownership for the disabled. I share interviews or narratives on related housing issues from a mutual perspective of both communities. The second half of each episode , "on the top shelf", I provide reviews of equipment or technology that helps improve accessibility within the home or life for the disable community.

In this episode, Protest, I provide a narrative of my experience of protesting my county's decision to continue giving propery tax exemptions for four countyr clubs. Accumulating $100 million each year of taxes not paid. Specifically, the perception of others seeing a woman in a wheelchair protesting will leave you bewildered and angry. I also discuss that like Maryland, many states putting controls on cities' ability to addressing housing as a whole. Finally I provide a review of a Rev-A-Shelf pull down drawers as the next big thing to make kitchens accessible to the disable home owner.

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