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10 thoughts on “Triumph of the Spirit: The DPN Chronicle

  1. Andrea Andrea says:

    As many of you know we are in the process of trying to adopt We have specified a deaf child Because there is still oppression among the Deaf culture,this book will give you a glimpse of victory for the Deaf As future parents of a deaf child, we only hope to be a part of manyhistorical events Dr Angel Ramos tells the inspiring story of how Deaf students ended 124 years of oppression and paternalism at Gallaudet University the only Deaf university in the world.This historical event ca As many of you know we are in the process of trying to adopt We have specified a deaf child Because there is still oppression among the Deaf culture,this book will give you a glimpse of victory for the Deaf As future parents of a deaf child, we only hope to be a part of manyhistorical events Dr Angel Ramos tells the inspiring story of how Deaf students ended 124 years of oppression and paternalism at Gallaudet University the only Deaf university in the world.This historical event captured the world s attention and forever changed how the hearing world perceives Deaf individuals This breakthrough happened in 1988 when the first Deaf president was elected My husband, who introduced this book to me, compared their oppression to having the Pope, for over 124 years, over Jewish schooling Hence, the reason for this amazing historical event This book is a must to those who are deaf, related or close to someone deaf or wanting to understand the deaf culture


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    I read the older edition of this, so I don t have the parts where the 20th year anniversary was discussed, but otherwise, this book was a nice, concise explanation of what happened during DPN I was only nine years old when this happened, and while the fact that it happened is always at the back of my head, I never really knew the ins and outs of everything that happened on each day, so this was a learning experience I also liked the essay at the back where Ramos put forth the reasons why DPN w I read the older edition of this, so I don t have the parts where the 20th year anniversary was discussed, but otherwise, this book was a nice, concise explanation of what happened during DPN I was only nine years old when this happened, and while the fact that it happened is always at the back of my head, I never really knew the ins and outs of everything that happened on each day, so this was a learning experience I also liked the essay at the back where Ramos put forth the reasons why DPN was successful and it is useful information for in case people need to have their protests succeed


  3. Gillian Gillian says:

    Though this was unique from other DPN books because of the fact that it was written by someone who was actually there, it captures no essence of excitement that must have been present I love the story history because it encourages everyone to believe they can make a difference but overall I really didn t like the book.ASL class homework


  4. mary mack mary mack says:

    an incredible read that takes you through the DPN movement at Gallaudet University on March 6th, 1988.


  5. Sarah Sarah says:

    Required reading for my ASL class


  6. Wynnie Wynnie says:

    This book is filled with so much bias, that it readslike propaganda than a historical account It is also poorly written it is easy to find yourself getting lost in all the names.