Thousands Sign Up for British Teenager’s Sign Language Lessons

Thousands Sign Up for British Teenager’s Sign Language Lessons

“I want more people to learn to sign, so deaf people don’t get excluded.”
Tyrese Dibba, who is deaf and partially sighted, has created videos teaching sign language in a bid to tackle isolation among people with disabilities, the BBC reports.

The Birmingham student said more people learning British Sign Language would “help the deaf community feel part of wider society.”

More than 7,000 people have signed up for his free classes. “I want more people to learn to sign, so deaf people don’t get excluded,” Tyrese said.

“You should be able to chat to someone, whatever their disability might be. After all, no one likes feeling left out.”

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