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Historians, Researchers, Educators, Cultural Workers Previewed PULE: Utak ng Rebolusyon

On the second week of February, my educational documentary on our hero, Apolinario Mabini, PULE: Utak ng Rebolusyon / Brains of the Revolution, primarily made for the Deaf sector was previewed in two different venues —  at the main office of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines in Manila; the other at Maximo Viola Hall in the city of Malolos, Bulacan. 1,509 more words

Filipino Sign Language

Rendezvous with Deaf Students

February 3, Friday, Noon Time. CSB Bldg., Rm. M510. “Silent Odyssey” , a documentary on Deaf Culture, History, and Filipino Sign Language origin was finally  shown to Fourth Year students of Ms. 530 more words

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Philippine Federation of the Deaf's Project in Novaliches Under GMEFI Community Educational Fund Assistance Program Launched in July 4

The Philippine Federation of the Deaf’s project to teach Filipino Sign Language in Novaliches, Quezon City finally started last Monday, July 4. Supposed to have been implemented last summer, PFD was advised to hold it this month by Rosa Susano Elementary School Principal, Ms. 192 more words