Episode 107: Is there such a thing as blind culture?

Kia ora Mosen At Largers.
 
It is generally accepted that there is a Deaf culture, and it’s something in which Deaf people take a lot of pride. Do we have a blind culture? Amanda Gough, who long-time listeners will remember as my former wife then known as Amanda Mosen, thinks so. She’s socialized and worked with blind people throughout the years and believes a blind culture not only exists, but it’s something blind people should embrace and be proud of. She believes the benefits in doing so are considerable.
 
Also, Bonnie is here with her bulletin which includes some reflections on the blind culture issue, as well as thoughts on Clubhouse and New Zealand’s epic Americas Cup win.
 
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