Max smiles slightly at the camera while wearing a multi-patterned shirt, hexagonal purple glasses and blue glass earrings. Behind zir is sand, ocean waves and a jagged cliff.
BONUS Mini-episode #1: "Embodying Change" feat. Maxwell Joy Moore
POWER NOT PITY is offering bonus mini episodes that give you a chance to get to know me a little better!
This bonus mini episode finds me at the beach with my thoughts on embodiment and the power of change. Listen in to get to know more about what the ocean has taught me about my 10 year journey with Multiple Sclerosis.
POWER NOT PITY
A podcast for disabled people of color everywhere
Welcome to POWER NOT PITY, a podcast that centers and celebrates the lived experiences of disabled people of color. Season 2 is here and it's better than ever!
This time around, the show will spend time exploring the worlds of people in our community who dare to interrogate the dominant narrative of what survival feels like for a disabled person of color during these trying times. They all demonstrate what it means to thrive fully and authentically.
Let's dismantle ableism by listening to each other's stories.
PHOTO DESCRIPTION: A disabled alien prince wearing sunglasses and brightly colored hair grins and points at the camera happily. Ze is wearing a black t-shirt that reads "Ableism is Trash" underneath a yellow cheetah print jacket.
Maxwell Joy Moore Host & Executive Producer
Maxwell Joy Moore is a podcaster, poet and political agitator with a fierce desire to change the way disabled people of color are seen in mass media.
Zir episodes serve as a vehicle for amplifying, preserving, and delighting in the voices of disabled people of color. Ze is committed to interjecting disability justice in any conversation ze has and loves to cultivate collaborative energy with cultural workers, writers, artists and storytellers within zir community.
Max was a 2019 Echoing Ida fellow and the 2019 Stitcher Breakthrough Fellow. Ze was a 2019 Werk It! Presenter and was featured at the Afros and Audio Festival in 2020.
Ze is and will always be a proud Black, Jamaican-American, queer, non-binary trans, disabled alien-prince from The Bronx.