Watch: Photographer’s video of Deaf people in Zambia

Posted on October 1, 2012



Photographer Emma Case recently visited Ndola in Zambia photographing the lives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people over there to showcase the work of the charity Sound Seekers.

While there, she also made this video giving us a glimpse of the lives of the people over there and their own Deaf culture. It’s a short video but we found it compelling, so we just had to share it! You can now also see some of her photos here: http://emmacasephotography.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/natotela-sana.html

The Limping Chicken is supported by Deaf media company Remark!, provider of sign language services Deaf Umbrella, the Deaf training and consultancy Deafworks, the RAD Deaf Law Centre, and BID’s upcoming 5th anniversary performance by Ramesh Meyyappan on 12th October – don’t miss it!

The Limping Chicken is the world's most popular Deaf blog, and is edited by Deaf journalist and filmmaker Charlie Swinbourne.  Find out how to write for us by clicking here, how to follow us by clicking here, and read our disclaimer here.

The site exists thanks to our supporters. Check them out below:

 

Posted in: watch