Live stream 23: 27th April 2021 (CODAs)
Fifi Garfield chats to Alim Jayda, Chandrika Gopalakrishnan and Matt Dixon.
Live streamed programme, recorded on 27th April 2021. Produced by BSLBT and originally streamed via Facebook Live. Presenter Fifi Garfield chats to Alim Jayda, Chandrika Gopalakrishnan and Matt Dixon, who all have deaf parents. They explore what it is to be a CODA, looking at their feelings about the Deaf community, how they are often forced to deal with system failures, and how their identities are impacted.
An English transcript for this programme is available in PDF - click here to view.
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