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Oliver is joined by Maud Rowell, blind freelance journalist and author of Blind Spot: Exploring and Educating on Blindness, to discuss Infrastructure for the Blind. Maud’s upcoming James Holman prize-winning project, ‘Where Birds Won’t Go’, will see her independently travel to the most remote regions of Japan and write a book on her experiences, all the while demonstrating that accessible public infrastructure can benefit us all. She also lays out how informed attitudes towards blind people go a long way to supporting independence.
Read Maud’s book, Blind Spot: Exploring and Educating on Blindness.
Watch Dr Mona Minkara’s Planes, Trains and Canes travel series.
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Intro-outro music: jasonszklarek / MotionElements.com
[L] Cover art for Blind Spot: Exploring and Educating on Blindness by Maud Rowell.
[R] White Cane on Curb Cut with Shadow by cheapsurrealist is marked with CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
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