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Cinderella by Default: Queering the Narrative

I’m taking an American Sign Language class right now. I’ve always thought it would be cool to learn ASL, but in the past several years it has become especially pertinent, because I now have a family member who uses some ASL, due to being autistic and mostly non-verbal. 1,184 more words

GLBT/Queer Issues

Review: "A Quiet Place" starts a conversation - (In ASL)

“If they hear you, they hunt you.”

This simple tagline perfectly describes the premise of A Quiet Place. A post apocalyptic Horror/Thriller where a family must stay silent, using sign language, preparation, and wits, to avoid death at the claws of sightless monsters. 1,640 more words



One of the more interesting campaigns to me are those towards the Allied war effort in Southern Europe. The Tunesian campaign, the invasion of Sicily, the Italian war front, they all cover the development of the green American outfit into the efficient fighting machine at war’s end. 625 more words

After Action Report

Wood Badge offered in American Sign Language

Scouters from all councils are invited attend a bilingual Wood Badge course conducted in both English and American Sign Language (ASL). The Great Salt Lake Council offers this course July 9-14, 2018, at the Monson Training Lodge. 82 more words

Awareness Events

The Art of Hearing

What does sound look like?

If you were to turn the sound of dogs barking

Or raindrops falling

Into a visual work of art, what form would it take on the canvas? 1,035 more words

And so it begins

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