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Fun4theDisabled Presents Children’s Book: The Rainbow Fish (El Pez Arcoíris) on ChicagoLand’s TV19 (OC/Mexican Sign Language/SPA)

Enjoy an accessible reading of the classic book, El Pez Arcoíris, or The Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister! This reading includes Mexican Sign Language and open captioning in Spanish, and is part of our accessible Children’s Book series.  Find this showing and others like it, including an English reading of The Rainbow Fish, on ChicagoLand’s […]

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Fun4theDisabled Presents: Momenta, an Integrated Dance Company on Chicagoland’s TV 27 

Momenta is a professional dance company with both wheelchair dancers and able-bodied dancers. Three dancers: and choreographers Stephanie Clemens (the founder), Ginger Lane and Kris Lenzo were interviewed about their experience with Momenta since it was founded. Integrated Dance is a new form of dance and requires a strong knowledge of each person’s capabilities when […]

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Fun4theDisabled Presents Children’s Book: IntersectionALLIES on CAN TV Chicagoland’s Channel 19! (OC/ASL)

Enjoy an accessible reading of IntersectionAllies written by Chelsea Johnson, LaToya Council, and Carolyn Choi, with illustrations by Ashley Seil Smith! This book helps kids celebrate and love all of the intersecting identities that make them unique! Find this showing and others like it on CAN TV Chicagoland Channel 19, or stream on the go […]

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Fun4theDisabled Presents Children’s Book: Not My Idea, a Book About Whiteness on CAN TV Chicagoland’s Channel 19! (OC/ASL)

Part of Anastasia Higginbotham’s Ordinary, Terrible Things series, this book helps kids understand racial injustice and white privilege in an accessible way.  Find this showing and others like it on CAN TV Chicagoland Channel 19, or stream on the go with the new can tv+ app!