|▲ A presenter is showing what the disabled have been through in their daily lives.|
On September 25, the Korea Foundation for Persons with Disabilities held a talk concert, named Obladi-Oblada, in Student Theater in Hye-dang Hall to improve recognition about recognition the disabled; which is one of the events by the Lavender project. Many dankookians (students of Dankook University) participated in the concert, and joined various programs including educating, performing, and Q&A time about knowledge about rights of the disabled. Moreover, a singer song-writers duo, SEENROOT, joined the campaign, and performed a title song Obladi-Oblada.
According to this event, 90% of the disabled have problems in their daily lives; which means that current recognition of the Korean public on the disabled turns out to be barrier for them to get along with the Korean society. The Dankook Herald hopes that dankookians build positive thoughts on the disabled and start to stand up to make a better society for them.