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Communication, it’s important

I warned my fiancé when I started this, I was going to write about us. He’s a really private person, so at first that chafed a bit. 798 more words

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Hey Listen, Mainstreamed Deaf Children Deserve More! - From Deaf Eyes on Interpreting

This is the fourteenth weekly installment featuring highlights from the 20 chapters in the new book, Deaf Eyes on Interpreting, edited by Thomas K. Holcomb and David H. 163 more words

Deaf Eyes On Interpreting

I started a New Twitter Feed!

I started a new twitter feed today because there doesn’t seem to be a dedicated ASL twitter feed.  Yes – all things ASL.  I hope you will find it interesting!   13 more words

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Live Entertainment

So you may think that things like acting onstage may be hard for a deaf person and that they may only be able to get parts as deaf people, but I’m here to tell you the opposite. 130 more words

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Community Advocate at Northwest Network

Fields: LGBTQ, domestic violence, social services, racial justice, advocacy

Location: Seattle, Washington

About the Organization: The Northwest Network increases our communities’ ability to support the self-determination & safety of bisexual, trans, lesbian and gay survivors of abuse through advocacy, organizing and education. 335 more words

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Being Deaf in a Hearing World

Approximately 95 percent of deaf children who are born in the United States are born to hearing parents who have little or no experience with deafness, Deaf culture or the Deaf community (Anderson, WolfCraig, Hall, and Ziedonis, 2016). 972 more words

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Aug 5 / ASL – Look and See – Lutheran Worship For The Deaf Community

Last week, 12 of our youth and four adult chaperones went to Boston to partner with 516 Mission in serving the community of Boston. Throughout the week, we served in many ways along while also reserving some room for devotional time. 33 more words

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