Stacie Berdan explores the history, music, and spectacular natural beauty of Nova Scotia, as celebrate the re-opening of the US-Canada border this month.
In 2010, Kajsa, the dean of Sjölunden (the Swedish Language Village) worked as a volunteer coordinator, training volunteers to work with the Olympic and Paralympic teams competing in Vancouver, BC. She shares her memories of that experience, as well as a host of interesting issues and conversations to watch as the Tokyo Games kick-off.
Bobbi Cordano, president of Gallaudet University, explores the experience of the deaf, hard of hearing, and Deafblind communities during COVID, when masks cut off an important channel of communication: lip-reading and facial expressions. She envisions a better future: one where signed languages are common knowledge among those with all levels of hearing, appreciated for their neurological, social, developmental, and social justice benefits.
In the third and final installment of her series on Courageous Global Citizenship during COVID-19, Della Duncan discusses social and economic inequalities and what we as global citizens can do to address them.
In the second installment of her series on Courageous Global Citizenship during COVID-19, Della Duncan invites us to travel as pilgrims and not as tourists.