I looked at the seven statues of St. John on the shelf and asked them all for help. I had made it clear earlier that this money was theirs to spend as they wanted, so I had to shut up and be disappointed seeing them buy paper goods that would be used once and tossed away…for what?
Susana Stiglich, who is now a university professor and consultant in Peru, shares her life story as a Deaf woman.
Did you know that, in some countries, Deaf people can work as interpreters? Watch this Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) story by a Deaf woman, June.
Deaf women leaders are active in Ghana. And they are helping other deaf women learn to be leaders too. Watch interview of two leaders.
Typically when you travel to another country with different norms than yours, you learn lessons the hard way.
Habel Ouma, Deaf rights advocate in Kenya, promotes deaf education & employment, justice for gender-based violence, & sign interpreting.
In one school in Zimbabwe, Africa, hearing students and deaf students didn’t interact. But one day, that changed–hearing and deaf kids connected.
Malu, who has taught Chilean Sign Language to Deaf children, describes her experience in the first leadership school for Deaf women in Chile.
Three strong Deaf African women leaders have a message they want to share with other Deaf women around the world! From Ghana and Togo.
Deaf children and families living in remote villages in Ghana had never met another deaf person. Robert Sampana transformed their lives.
Watch a former President tell about his experience working with a volunteer that ended in a conflict.
What does it mean to be a proud Latina woman in Kenya–a country that does not recognize your identity? Watch Norma Moran’s story.