Welcome back to the What's New in Adapted Physical Education (APE) podcast/blog page! In this episode we will continue our conversation about the International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) and APE at an international level with former guest Dr. Justin Haegele, an APE assistant professor from Old Dominion University. Within this conversation, Dr. Haegele shares why he believes that ISAPA is a great conference for teachers, pre-service teachers, and higher education professionals to attend. In addition, Dr. Haegele discusses some aspects of the research he will be sharing at ISAPA, which focuses on how he used the social justice theory of intersectionality to examine how male adults with visual impairments perceive their physical education experiences. If you are interested in the 2019 ISAPA and seeing other valuable research and practitioner presentations, check out their website at: http://isapa2019.org/index.shtml. Finally, this episode is part 2 of a 3-part series. In the next episode we will Ann Griffin from Grantwood AEA on to discuss more about the ISAPA conference and her intended presentations.