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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Michael’s Video Resume

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Noreen-My Light, My Angel: By Ruchika

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Courtesy of Elfwood Art In 2002, I was blessed with an angel whom we named, Noreen who was a special child having Holoprosencephaly- a very very rare disease where two hemispheres of brain are fused. It was a shock for the family. I was a happy go lucky fellow who never took life seriously always […]

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Abilities United Interviews: Update

Every week, WorldWeDream’s volunteer interns travel to Abilities United to interview clients, volunteers, staff, and donors of the wonderful program. With these interviews, WorldWeDream documents the amazing and inspiring stories of the Abilities United’s members. In the coming weeks, we will be publishing the inspiring experiences that our volunteers have the chance to hear so […]

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Don’t Mourn for Him: By Jahanvi Sardana

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Courtesy of Public Domain Images “Why is he like that?” asked the 7 year old innocent me. I was hushed that very moment. “You are not suppossed to say that?” I was told without any explanations. Even though I had a plethora of questions in my head, I managed coerce myself that there was nothing […]

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Andrea – Via West

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Unlimited: By Kushan Gupta

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Courtesy of Christliches Medienmagazin pro We’re all raised with the belief that everything has a limit and that it’s in our best interest to not push those confinements. I too was one of those believers and therefore I believed that those with disabilities are quite seriously limited in what they can do. In my eyes, […]

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MFP Disability Leadership Award

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Today, WorldWeDream and 5 other special members of the South Bay Area Community were honored at the San Jose Giants baseball game in commemoration of our hard work to assist people with disabilities. It was amazing to stand near first base on that grass field receiving a formal plaque. WorldWeDream has only just begun in its journey […]

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Jane Video Resume – Via West

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Sudha Chandran: By Veda Thirumandas

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Courtesy of SouthDreamz Sudha Chandran (age 47) is one of India’s most talented individuals to date who not only managed to touch the Indian society through many of her “avant garde” roles but also set an example of moving past a difficult disability and coming out even stronger. Chandran began her career as an accomplished […]

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Grace’s Writing/Art Workshop – August

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                          Yesterday, our team of volunteers went to Grace Community Center for a fun-filled, interactive, and inspiring workshop. We were able to add a several more stories and art pieces for our collection to be presented on Disability Awareness Day in October. Check […]

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India West Blog

Hi Everyone! We’ve started a blog in a new newspaper: India West. This newspaper is targeted towards Indian Americans living in the Bay Area and has thousands of subscribers. Check out our first blog post and reminisce a little by reading the story of WorldWeDream: http://www.indiawest.com/news/186-blog-The-WorldWeDream-Story.html Every week, WorldWeDream posts select stories in the Cupertino […]

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Stephen Hawking: By Srinivaas Sekaran

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   Courtesy of Science, Philosophy, and Technology From the dawn of humanity, humans have always strived to better understand the universe around us. Only a handful of individuals throughout the years have contributed significantly to the field of science and Stephen Hawking is one of them. Hawking was born to an eminent medical researcher in […]

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Mike Montague

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MFP Award Ceremony + San Jose Giants Baseball Game for Disability Awareness Night

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I recently got a letter in the mail to attend these awesome events! The first picture is an awards ceremony for the Disability Awareness Reward presented by MFP. Check it out and be sure to attend Disability Awareness Night at the San Jose Giants Stadium (You can get free tickets here: http://disabilityawarenessnight.eventbrite.com/). Hope to see some […]

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Regained Perspective: What Matters in Life: By Joanne Koong

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Courtesy of Geograph.org On perhaps the hottest day of September 2008, I was a freshman in high school and helping out with a local jogathon for elementary school-aged children. Even though the school year and high school had just started, I began thinking about where I wanted to be after the next four years of […]

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