Sabriye Tenberken - Revisited

17Mar

SabriyePic.jpgThis week we revisit our conversation with Sabriye Tenberken - a woman who gives new meaning to activism and inspiration. Born in Cologne, Germany, she became blind at age 12. A trip to Tibet as a young adult was life-changing. Sabriye, along with Paul Kronenberg, founded Braille Without Borders, a world-wide organization that creates training programs and Braille book printing houses. The two are also the co-directors and co-founders of Kanthari, an international institute for social visionaries based in Kerala, South India.

Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women returns with an all new show next Tuesday.