One, two, three …. YellowTheWorld!
A colorful scream that we want to transform into concrete actions, social and human.
Coloring the world yellow means making it more accessible to the visually impaired.
I remember the summers of my childhood. They are blurry memories, almost a life not mine.
I remember some images, some sporadic scenes, perhaps the face of a little girl who was beginning to make me feel love pulsating in my heart and my sex.
He had his glasses on a cute, curious face. He looked at me with a thousand questions blowing in his chest, without knowing which to ask first.
From volcano Eyjafjöll (the one of the paralyzing eruption in 2010 in Iceland) #YellowTheWorld continues 2017 in name of explosive fire.
I welcome you all to Iceland and hope that you will all have a nice and yellow stay.
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much said Helen Keller, and that is the truth.
At the moment the reportage of the 3YellowTheWorld Tour is only available in Italian. Many images and information are on the Facebook page of Noisyvision
Do you really believe they will find a cure for this damn disease (RP)?
This is the question I wrote on a well-known Facebook group that brings together patients with Retinitis Rigmentosa or Usher Syndrome and their family members.
A Passport and Poor Vision: Not a Combination that Should Curtail your Travel Adventures
There is absolutely no reason why anyone with a vision impairment should be dissuaded from planning a travel itinerary that fulfills your ambitions to enjoy new experiences.
We have finalized the calendar of the events of #YellowTheWorld Tour which will take palce in May.
On board of CAMPER GIALLO we will reach several towns of north and center Italy to promote our initiatives and the new documentary
11/05 – PARMA – Screening of documentaries with Alessandro Mennella
12/05 – PARMA – Talk at the MediterRetina Club Meeting
13/05 – BRESCIA – TEDxBrescia
14/05 – MONZUNO (BO) – Film: Anche Agli Dei Piace Giallo
15/05 – trekking from Monzuno to Passo della Futa.
Alessandro Mennella, who suffers from Usher syndrome type I. Programmer, communicator, traveler and athlete. For years he runs several marathons with the support of RarePartners, non-profit company dedicated to the development of new therapies and diagnostic tools in the field of rare diseases.