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Signaling awareness: Deaf employee teaches American Sign Language at Whirlpool

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON HARBOR — Since early February, a few Whirlpool Corp. employees have spent their Wednesdays in two-hour classes for something not appliance-related. 610 more words


Sign of the Times: ASL on the rise

Since its creation in 1817, American Sign Language (ASL) has made become more and more prominent in the United States. We recently held an interview (with the assistance of an ASL interpreter) with… 505 more words


Our co-op's got talent!

Wednesday marked the last day of co-op for the year. It is hard to believe our co-op year is over. It feels like just yesterday we were beginning another school year. 548 more words

New Sign Language Videos

I just made 3 more sign language videos. Here they are!

ASL: Star – Mi’kmaw: Kloqowej

ASL: Mosquito – Mi’kmaw: Klumuej

ASL: Fire – Mi’kmaw: Puktew


Weekly American Sign Language Practice Group in Ithaca NY

ITHACA NY — Every Tuesday night between 5:00-7:00pm in the study area at the Barnes & Noble on Meadow street, you can find freshman high school student, Aurora Golden-Appleton leading the weekly American Sign Language (ASL) Practice Group. 412 more words

Ithaca New York

ASL club holds Sign and Switch event

By Christopher Smith
CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – The Camden County College American Sign Language Club held its semiannual Sign and Switch event last week. The event was held in the west cafeteria on the Blackwood campus from 6 to 10 p.m. 411 more words

Camden County College

Close Combat in the Jungle

An ASL example of play.

Night has fallen hours ago. The Japanese player is the ATTACKER and starts with a 4-4-7 1st line squad and a 9-1 leader in dense jungle on the Suicide Creek map in R6. 646 more words