Triumph of the Spirit

Triumph of the - Joyce McHenry Sign Language 102 5 pm Larry Forestal Triumph of the Spirit By Angel M Ramos I have always admired anyone that has

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Joyce McHenry Sign Language 102 – 5 pm Larry Forestal April 25, 2007 Triumph of the Spirit By Angel M. Ramos I have always admired anyone that has the courage and conviction to stand up for their cause. The Deaf President Now (DPN) movement is another extraordinary example of a group of young people who feel that they have been pushed to the side and their opinions and principles ignored by the people in charge – the people who are supposed to be looking out for their students. Perhaps because I have led a pretty sheltered life from the oppression many people face, but it renders me speechless when I hear of people being completely ignored when they are not asking for something that is completely unreasonable, or even unattainable. The students were merely asking for someone that could relate to them, someone who represented them, to take charge of the school that decided and lead the way for their future. I absolutely loved the quote by Reverend Jesse L. Jackson in the book, “The problem is not that the students do not hear. The problem is that the hearing
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ASL 101 taught by Professor Kara during the Fall '06 term at Mesa CC.

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