Photo exhibition featuring the daily life of Deaf college students to be held in Tottori Prefecture


Takada said that many Deaf college students who wish society without discrimination cooperated with his work.
(photo: http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/)

October 30, 2013

The photo exhibition titled "Pursue A Dream" of a former teacher of the Tottori School for the Deaf, Takada Keiichi (高田啓一), 65, will be opened at two places, such as a gallery in Tottori-shi, in mid-November.

He took each photograph of 79 Deaf students in 15 prefectures four years. 

As a photographic subject these students actually suffered from discrimination despite their lively smile shown in a black-and-white photo.

Takada emphasized, "I hope my photographs will appeal a college student's thought. I want many people understand about a Deaf person."


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