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Controversy And Bilingual Analysis

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Currently, here at TCNJ, when I would walk down the stairs, grab lunch, or even go to class, I would see visually impaired people walking as if they were just like us. I remember a time when I was on line to grab dinner, and a young woman, who was visually impaired, stood in the middle of the cafeteria because she was lost. Due to the fact that I just arrived on campus, I did not have a clear sense of direction, therefore, I could not assist her. However, another young woman decided to help her. "I could do it!" was the phrase that I overheard the visually impaired young woman say. Not only was she made felt as if she was not capable of performing such task, but as if she did not fit

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