Home » Life As A Disabled Chicano – With Guest Marcos Castillo

Life As A Disabled Chicano – With Guest Marcos Castillo

A discussion about the disability community.

In this episode, Daily Chela founder Brandon Loran Maxwell speaks with disability Phoenix activist Marcos Castillo. Topics include disability rights, marriage equality, Chicano culture, and masculinity.

Listen on Spotify
Listen on Apple
Follow on Twitter


About the author

Brandon Loran Maxwell

Brandon Loran Maxwell is a writer, speaker, and prize winning essayist. His writings and commentary have appeared at The Hill, Salon, Townhall, The Washington Examiner, The Oregonian, FEE, and Latino Rebels Radio, among others. He regularly speaks on a variety of social topics, and has been cited at outlets such as The Los Angeles Times, Vox, and The Washington Post. His personal essay "Notes From An American Prisoner" was awarded a Writer's Digest prize in 2014, and his one-act play "Petal By Petal" about drug and alcohol addiction was performed at The Little Theater in 2009. He holds a B.S. in political science, and often writes about prison reform, immigration reform, pop culture, music, and Chicano culture.

Enable Notifications OK No thanks