Joel travels to Johannesburg and heads to Soweto, which is short for South West Township. Expect the unexpected! Feel the goosebumps as you join Joel in his crazy feats falling and jumping!  We venture down to the Vikazi street which is full of history, and meet with Deaf locals. Mandela’s first home was right here! They guide us around town, and we go into their home for dinner. Join us to share a drink, and see what life is like in Soweto!  (captioned)

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  • I want to show my gratitude for you bringing the cultures to our deaf community. Those videos keep inspiring me and increasing my desires to study the cross cultures in the deaf community. It is a great education. Sometimes, I envy you visiting many places world wide. 🙂

    Thank you very much

  • WOW IS DIFFERENT SOUTH AFRICA ALL THAT I THINK THINGS WATCH IN VIDEO.
    THANK YOU SETING TO MY HEAR THERE FROM S.A.

  • Wow, it’s so difference! Let’s go Joel, for more fun and flex, you’ll enjoy more.. I want to know more about their cities, life realistic. whatever it is.

  • Joel Barish, congratulation! You travelled different countries to meet deaf people and enjoyed there. I am so proud of you. I was really curiosity to watch this videos about what they did and what they spoke about, when you was interviewed with them. Keep it up. Thank you.

  • Your visit in Soweto is fabulously impressed to me. I couldn’t imagine how I live in South Africa so far away from California. Deaf Africans would be happily satisfied with their lives living in Soweto or parts of South Africa. They are doing well. Joel, as I were in your shoe, I really wanted to learn about how they live well, eat well, sleep well , and get up to go to work. Thanks for your pick to visit over there.

Joel Barish

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