Forbes – Love And Technology Enable Disabled Indian Girls To Communicate For First Time
Harrison found the Tobii Eye Tracker that enabled two of the girls who previously had no ability to communicate to be understood for the first time.
The Times of India – US physician tried to expose cruel practices
American physician Dr Michelle Harrison had unsuccessfully tried to be a whistle-blower after she unearthed cruel practices at Joka Millennium Old Age Home and Rehab Centre.
The Times of India – This doctor quit her job and changed countries to care for her ‘daughters’
She even successfully battled cancer. But then she quit everything, sold her home in New Jersey and came to Kolkata to be a mother to differently-abled abandoned children.
The Times of India – For years, duo follows silently in Teresa’s footsteps
Her NGO, Sishur Sevay, aims to protect orphan girls. To do that, she took 15 girls from government homes, so that they could be properly groomed and educated.
The Telegraph – In Mother’s city, orphans find ‘mommy’
A lot many people wanted to profit from my home and I had a tough time fending them off. Thankfully, there were a few kind souls who supported me in my endeavour,” Michelle reminisced.
Eisamay – Women’s Day 2020: এই শহরেই মার্কিন মহিলার ভালোবাসায় গড়া স্নেহের ছায়া, বড় হচ্ছে মেয়েরা! জানেন?
মাতৃত্বের টানে নিজের দেশ ছেড়েছেন আঠারো বছর আগে। পাকাপাকি ভাবে বসবাস শুরু করেছেন কলকাতায়। আর এখন ১৫টি মেয়ের মা মিশেল হ্যারিসন|
Window on Travel – “AUTHENTICITY” EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS INCLUSIVE ART
“Authenticity” where Puja Kumari, one of the earliest “daughters” of Shishur Sevay was exhibiting a number of her paintings, many of them scenes from everyday life…