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Deaf in Jail - Mistreatment of the Deaf.

By Supporter Contributor Melisa Marzett

Deaf people belong to one of the most vulnerable layers of society for obvious reasons. They cannot hear. Deaf people in jail are even more insecure. 470 more words

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Jill’s Dilemma

By Jean F. Andrews

In a southern state in a Federal prison, Jill is serving a 10-year term.  While sign language interpreters are provided for her when her attorney comes to visit or during her hearings with the judge, she does not get interpreting services within the prison. 526 more words

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Inmate Speaks Out on Prison-Dog Program

By BitcoDavid

An attorney who has written for us in the past, informed me that he recently acquired a canine graduate of the prison-dog program in his home state. 1,286 more words

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ICED and Interpreters

By Jean F. Andrews

Surrounded by the Acropolis and other stunning Greek monuments, the International Congress on the Education of the Deaf held their 22nd annual conference, titled Educating Diverse Learners; Many Ways, One Goal, on July 6 to July 9, 2015. 432 more words

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This Post Could Save Your Life

By BitcoDavid

I was reading an article the other day, about a woman who had a seizure while her helper-dog was distracted by a stranger petting him. 700 more words

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Jack's annual Independence Day Plea

By Supporter Contributor Jack

A common drug user. That’s right. That’s what I’ve become, and it’s all your fault. See, I get afraid of some things. 455 more words

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Amy Elkins Parting Words Exhibit

By Jean F. Andrews

A Photography Exhibition by Amy Elkins at the Houston Center for Photography, May 8th to July 5, 2015

Amy Elkins, photographer examines capital punishment and solitary confinement through her powerful, haunting and evocative exhibition. 391 more words

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