26 September 2020
At Victory Monument, I brought these young students to the ground to give an interview about the rights and equality in getting access. I also provided personal advice from my firsthand experiences. These youths, I admitted, were heavily vibrant and full of creativity. What a fantastic day.
Having a role play, we agreed to get ‘Gam’, one of these lovely students, to sit on a wheelchair before we toured the whole area altogether. This image could teach us a thing or two. When your physical body has changed, so does the accessibility and mentality in getting around. It’s like we live in a totally different world. The activity was to exemplify the importance of public space. Ideally, it must be designed FOR ALL with top-notch standard possible.
My mission is to spread knowledge and the right understanding as far as I can. Stay tuned for the incoming result!