Category Archives: The Deaf Dream
In my rush to write about the fake interpreter yesterday, I failed to express my gratitude for a great man. He truly was a symbol to the world that oppression will not last. I think of Nelson Mandela as more than … Continue reading
I figure I should make my opinion known while the earth’s eyes are open to the Deaf world for a moment. A fake interpreter reveals a deeper, darker problem in the world at large: Deaf are still oppressed.
You’ve discovered the magic of ASL. You’re the teacher’s pet in your class. You watch ASL videos on YouTube like a fiend. You even go to an occasional Deaf event. (Well, no one said you … Continue reading
This morning I found this article by Lexington School for the Deaf, cracked up, and instantly pressed it to Bring Me That Horizon. Enjoy!
This year was made up of impossibilities. I mean, who gets to live 367 days in one year? VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD My New Year resolutions for this year are completely different from any year before. While I … Continue reading
I decided to stand up with DeafNation as the founder of The Deaf Dream and others who have not been afraid to call out the media as well as Chelsea Handler. For those of you who don’t know, thankfully there … Continue reading
UPDATE: Khiem will be attending Ho Chi Minh University of Fine Arts starting in Fall 2013. In June 2013, I will visit Vietnam again and get everything lined up. Way to go Khiem! Meeting Khiem was a miracle, no question about … Continue reading
It’s amazing how much things have changed in my life since Semester at Sea. Things that used to annoy me and block my facebook newsfeed, such as petitions, articles on change, and inspirational quotes about influencing the world, now remind … Continue reading
The other night I looked at my innumerable lists of things to do and felt slightly overwhelmed. (Ok, I felt way overwhelmed.) There are so many wonderful things to do for so many wonderful causes, but just not enough of … Continue reading