Why is Esperanto worthy of the role World Second Language?
Why are national or ethnic languages not worthy of the role World Second Language?
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Turkish Film Student, Gun, Submits Document on Esperanto
must-see. A balanced half hour view by a non-esperanto-speaking Turkish
Masters Student at Brooklyn College, CUNY, NY. I took special pleasure watching a film from my Alma Mater. (I studied 4 years at Brooklyn College.)
analizo pri Esperanto de TURKA Magistra Studento c'e Brooklyn College.
A student from Bengladeshi background at Brooklyn Tech. High School, Izzy Parsha, also submitted a good film a few years ago.
An American-Bengladeshi film-student at Brooklyn Tech completed her
"final film" and invited esperantists to her class for a group showing. I enjoyed
meeting her teacher, Bruce, who was about to retire. Esperantist,
Ferdinand Cesarano was also there. A few students were there, including
one of Israeli background, showing a film about her family. Here is
Ralph Dumain's interesting review of the film, linked to Israt's work.
Ralph is also interviewed in the film. Israt had interviewed me and
Renata Ventura in the UEA-NY Office.