In 2004, German-born teacher SABRIYE TENBERKEN, herself blind, and six of her blind Tibetan students climbed 21,000 feet up Mt. Everest, accompanied by a crew of blind and sighted guides. Their adventure is the subject of a new documentary, “Blindsight.” Tenberken joins us in the studio along with JEFF EVANS, a sighted climber who served as one of the guides.
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