Unity in the Disability Community

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Today’s show is adaptive athlete Steven Walker’s story and the topic for this week is inclusivity and unity within the disability community. 
 
Steven and I are friends and I messaged Steven after he made a profound post about unity and asked if he wanted to come on and talk about it…
 
Steven Walker is an athlete with Erbs Palsy.  He was born with Erb’s Palsy “Brachial Plexus Injury, C5-C8 nerve damage” I had to adapt my entire life. Walker has taken podium in various crossfit events and he competes in multitude of sports including OCRs, Crossfit, and has a lengthy history of basketball making it semi-pro.
 
Find Steven Walker here
 
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