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When a person complains about the show was too much “ASL-centered” and prefers Sim-Com or Oralism. Is it a form of bullying against ASL?

How come NAD did not stand up and eliminate Linguicism at National conference?

Starbucks to open its first sign-language friendly coffee shop in the U.S.

Starbucks has announced that it will open its first U.S.-based sign-language friendly store in Washington, D.C.

Slated to open in October, the company said the store is part of its latest efforts to connect with “diverse communities.” 389 more words


Starbucks To Open First US 'Signing Store' Geared Toward Deaf Community

(CBSNEWS) – Starbucks announced Thursday that they will open its first American “Signing Store,” in Washington D.C. this fall, which will be designed with the deaf community in mind. 370 more words


What's in a name?

Recently I read a discussion about the question of whether there was a general covering name for (people with) a hearing impairment.
Now names are as old as a society, a trend and a fashion. 472 more words

Hard Of Hearing

Book Review: It Happened At the Fair

The best part of this blog series is that I’m discovering new books too. So as Madeline Clark and I have been putting together this list for you all, I stumbled across Deeanne Gist’s… 643 more words

Historical Fiction


There are some things that are available to help deaf people with everyday life that many hearing people aren’t aware of. The first one that I wanted to bring up is closed captioning at movies. 128 more words