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Finish Enough

I’m here because it’s time for some real talk. See the title? Finish enough. When we say that in ASL, it means something along the lines of we’ve had enough. 258 more words

Identity Politics

Identity is a powerful thing. The more we grow and evolve in life, the more we tend to gain clarity about “who” we are. Some of us find confidence and solidarity in labels: Gay, Strait, Bisexual, Pansexual, Queer, Trans, Nonbinary, Man, Woman, Black, White, Latina, Asian, Deaf, Teacher, Doctor, Nurse, Student, Activist, Artist, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Pagan, Atheist, and on and on. 476 more words


This is the making of mental health awareness month. This is the Deaf community, which aims at presenting a view of awareness of how important Deaf-centered counseling in perspective.

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The Heart of Interpreting from Deaf Perspectives -- From Deaf Eyes on Interpreting

This is the fifth weekly installment featuring highlights from the 20 chapters in the new book, Deaf Eyes on Interpreting, edited by Thomas K. Holcomb and David H. 165 more words

Deaf Culture

Yesterday morning around 8 AM at Starbucks in Silver Spring, Md. Deaf person was attacked by a white man with hearing privileges.

Six Not-So-Great Messages Found in A Quiet Place

**SPOILER ALERT: The following contains some plot details about A Quiet Place.**

To start, let me say I am thrilled that A Quiet Place features the endearing young Deaf actress, Millicent Simmonds, in one of the lead roles. 1,572 more words

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