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March is Deaf History Month, and Pinkman, Bitsy and I are celebrating! Here is a great infographic from the National Association of the Deaf!
INTRODUCTIONS in AMERICAN DEAF CULTURE: A Standard Exchange. These differences are just some that exist between these cultures: cultures that are often thought to be the same. A hearing person's fluidity with these is paramount, representing their cultural competency. Written & created by Audrey Caldwell, #NIC. For more, search #ByAudreyTerp. Tags: #Deaf #ASL #Sign #Language #HOH #hearing #Interpreter
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What is sign language? A blog about signing by Jenie Yolland. Thank goodness signing is a part of our emergency broadcasting system nowadays.
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Deaf Culture vs. Hearing Culture - (also, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention)
This speaks to the experience and injustices present for deaf people in this world. We strive to address this through our American Sign Language (ASL) class at WCA and equip students with the fluency and cultural understanding necessary to go out and serve the deaf community.
By Lauren McGrath Maureen “Marzi” Wilson is an author, illustrator, and self-described introvert. As one who goes about life with the tendency to speak less and listen more, she fittingly calls her latest collection of artwork Introvert Doodles . Marzi does not have hearing loss. “As someone wit
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15 Things Deaf People Were Surprised to Learn Made a Sound - The internet has generated a huge amount of laughs from cats and FAILS. And we all out of cats.
Casey Brown saved to ASL