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To Cherish the Silence

In my last post, I confessed to not knowing enough about history. But one historical event I learned a fair bit about returned to me as I watched “Profound Silence”— a recent episode of QuakerSpeak—featuring Jane Fernandes, President of Guilford College. 619 more words

Quakers

Playing Football to the Beat of Their Own, Literal Drummer

Gallaudet University — named for Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, who helped create American Sign Language — was the first institution of higher education for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. 293 more words

Nonfiction

The Very End...

And so I submitted my last and final assignment for the semester via e-mail to my professor at 5:36pm.

Deadlines. Late nights. Burning the midnight oil. 65 more words

Gallaudet University

Imagine the giant mirror at Gallaudet University

We all ask why there is no event celebrating 200 years of ASL and the birth of Deaf Education at Gallaudet University.

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Actress Shoshannah Stern establishes the Eileen Leahy Scholarship. @Shoshannah7 #Supernatural #SPNSignLanguageShirt

Actress Shoshannah Stern establishes the Eileen Leahy Scholarship. @Shoshannah7 #Supernatural #SPNSignLanguageShirt
I founded Arlene Miller Creative Writing in memory of my mother Arlene Miller (August 24,1924-May 10, 2005) to recognize & support all forms of creative expression. 520 more words

Actors And Actresses

If intimidation is motivated by prejudice or bigotry, the severity of hate crime is ignored. I am with you in solidarity, and I would like to command you for your courage to challenge Gallaudet University administration to remind any kind of bias-related including hate crime.

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