【有人聊】什么是残障骄傲?

来源:有人基金会   作者:残障历程   2023.01.14 16:45  浏览286
摘要:每个人对残障骄傲的理解都不同,它可能是拥抱你的残障,不掩藏自己本来的样子,也可能是庆祝你的残障中美好的那些事情。

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什么是残障骄傲?为什么我们值得为残障骄傲?一群青少年给出了这样的答案!

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什么是残障骄傲

什么是残障骄傲?

What is disability pride?

大家好,我是艾米,来自残障青年自倡导服务机构。每个人对残障骄傲的理解都不同,它可能是拥抱你的残障,不掩藏自己本来的样子,也可能是庆祝你的残障中美好的那些事情。

Hey, I'm Amy from the Youth Disability Advocacy Service. Disability pride can mean different things to different people. It can be about embracing your disability, not hiding things about who you are and it is celebrating the good things about your disability.

口述影像:内森是一位重度听障青年。

Nathan, a young, profoundly deaf hearing impaired adult.

残障骄傲对于我来说意义重大,因为它是我融入社群的感受,我不是孤身一人。

Disability pride means a lot to me because it's a community that I feel included with and knowing that I'm not alone.

口述影像:玛丽是一个年轻人,她正和阿米莉亚和萨凡娜坐在一起。

Miree, a young adult sitting with Amelia and Savhannah.

在我看来,残障骄傲就是不为自己的残障感到羞耻。

I think for me, disability pride is basically not being ashamed of the fact that I have a disability.

口述影像:里弗是一个十几岁的孩子。

River, a teenager.

其实有阿斯伯格综合征也挺有趣的,当我得知自己有阿斯伯格综合征,我似乎明白自己为何与别人不一样。

It's kind of fun having as Aspergers. When I was diagnosed, I was sort of like: So this is why I'm different!

口述影像:她把手指放在太阳穴上,然后松开。

She puts her fingers to her temples, then releases them.

我只是和其他人不同而已,我用不同的方式看世界。

I'm just different from other people and I see the world in a different way.

口述影像:维罗妮卡是一个青年,她和一个叫夏天的青少年坐在一起。

Veronica, a young adult sitting with Summer, a teenager.

我为自己是盲人而高兴,如果我能看见,就不会拥有种种经历,就不会是现在的我。

I'm happy to be blind because if I was sighted, I wouldn't have had all these experiences that make me who I am today.

口述影像:伊迪是一名青少年。

Edie, a teenager.

残障最大的好处是能给我们带来智慧。

The best thing about having a disability is the wisdom that comes from it.

口述影像:萨凡娜是一名青少年。

Savhannah, a teenager.

我用与众不同的方式看待世界,我们都有独特的视角。

I have like a view of the world that's like really different. We all had this different perspective.

口述影像:佐伊是一名轮椅使用者,她正在和一个叫劳拉的年轻人交谈

Zoe, a young adult wheelchair user talking with Laura, a young adult.

对于每个人来说,残障骄傲都不是一蹴而就的,这是一段旅程。有时你可能会止步,认为残障不是值得骄傲的事情,但第二天又重新为自己的残障感到自豪。

Disability pride is not something that's necessarily easy to attain for every single person. It's a journey. And some days you have a stop where it's like, I'm not proud of my disability today, but from tomorrow, I feel great about having a disability.

口述影像:年轻的朱莉有生长发育障碍和有同样障碍的年轻人辛迪坐在一起。

Julie, a young adult of short stature, sitting beside Cindy, a young adult with dwarfism.

直到我遇见了其他残障人,并与他们相处,我才慢慢接受了自己的残障,这一路挺漫长的,当我得知有和我情况相似的伙伴,我很高兴,知道自己并不孤单,这种感觉太棒了。

It took me like a while yet to come to terms with my disability. It wasn't really until like I met other people, like me and I spent some time around them. Just hearing other people have similar issues to me is just amazing.

口述影像:肖恩是一名年轻的轮椅使用者。

Shaun, a young adult wheelchair user.

当你战胜了困难,解决了问题,渡过了难关,这就是了不起的成就。哪怕你只是在康复锻炼中爬了三级台阶,对你来说都是了不起的胜利。值得骄傲的不一定是大事,比如取得学位或者工作晋升,那些你辛辛苦苦做成的小事也值得为之骄傲。

When you get a win, when you work it out, you get through it, that's a big achievement. All you did was climb three steps in physio,but that's a huge thing for you.It doesn't have to be a huge win like finishing your degree or getting a promotion at your job. It's the little things that you've worked so hard to get to, you need to be proud of them.

口述影像:里弗

River.

即使有一种神奇新药能彻底治好阿斯伯格征我也不会去吃,因为我喜欢现在的自己,我永远都不想改变这一点。

If there was like a magical new drug or something that would take away my Asperger’s forever, I wouldn't take it , because I like who I am. I like having Asperger’s, and I would never ever want to change that.

口述影像:她交叉双臂,摇了摇头。

She crosses her arms and shakes her head.

口述影像:阿什利是一个唐氏综合征青年。

Ashleigh, a young adult with Down Syndrome.

我喜欢告诉其他有唐氏综合征的伙伴:别为自己设限。

Sometimes I just love to tell people with down syndrome:Don't limit yourself.

口述影像:她摆了摆手,摇摇头表示自己的态度。

She waves her hands and shakes her head with attitude.

口述影像:维罗妮卡。

Veronica

残障让我们变得独特,如果残障社群能分享这些独特经历将有助于社会发展。

Our disabilities are what make us unique, and as a community, being able to share this uniqueness will help society to grow.

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翻译:姜睿琰、Florence Mai

制作支持:韩婧莹

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