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This episode explores the role of deaf people in theatre, film, television, and dance and features archival footage and interviews with various talented professionals.
This episode features the 1989 World Games for the Deaf held in Christchurch, New Zealand. Athletes from more than 30 countries competed in various sports.
A special program is presented about mental health issues experienced by deaf people and their difficulties in receiving competent counseling and treatment.
Stories include deaf entrepreneurs, author Jack Gannon, Pearl Harbor's 1941 attack, karate champion Patty Lord, and actor/dancer Sam Edwards.