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I would like to focus on writing about Deaf returning citizens and how to support them instead of bullying them. Deaf returning citizens recognize the society’s described behavior as a form of bullying which is and has been normalized in Deaf community, like competition over sharing.

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14. Learn ASL

I know I wrote in my last post about how tricky time management has been.  That has absolutely not changed.  I am five weeks into school, I just signed a lease on a new apartment and am in the process of moving, and I’m still working full-time.   346 more words

Deaf, you biscuit!

In celebration of Deaf Awareness month (September) and in celebration of 4 years of committing to this journey, I’m going to share some the fabulous things that, Deaf, has done for me. 1,723 more words

Resource Roundup.

International Week of the Deaf is winding down. How did you celebrate? Are you curious to learn your native sign language? Here’s some help for newbie ASL students. 180 more words

Holiday

lowercase deaf vs. Uppercase Deaf

Some of my posts have included the word, “deaf,” in both lowercase and uppercase forms. These forms are on purpose.

I REPEAT, THESE FORMS OF THE WORD, “DEAF,” ARE ON PURPOSE. 171 more words

CODA

Happy International Week of the Deaf!

All this week I’ll be bringing you videos and content I find that I think would be useful, entertaining, and informative about Deaf culture.

Bit of a disclaimer: most of what I have found to post for this week is actually aimed at the hearing community. 44 more words

Holiday

A Signing Snow White

A review of Roz Rosen’s “Snow White” in Deaf Culture Fairy Tales (Savory Words, 2017)
By Derek Newman-Stille

Roz Rosen’s Snow White is a Deaf princess born to hearing parents. 415 more words

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