Minnie Driver: “We Need to Educate More To Create Inclusivity”

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Minnie Driver participates in the "Speechless" panel during the Disney/ABC Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Amy Guth and Rex Huppke welcome in actress Minnie Driver to talk about her new TV series “Speechless.” They discuss the importance of the series and its role in portraying the daily life of families with children who have disabilities. This series comes at a time where the political climate can be demeaning at times to those with disabilities coupled with the emergence of a recent lawsuit with Uber and issues of accessibility, which has shed more light on the true struggles many members of our society face daily.

You can catch more of Amy Guth and Rex Huppke on their podcast ‘Guth and Huppke on Politics’ on WGN Plus and wgnradio.com.