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The ebb and flow of life

I had not realized how much I had moved on until the end of my recent 3-week vacation in Australia. 

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Gallaudet University

DEAF PROTEST 2015: Follow President Abraham Lincoln's Example

President Abraham Lincoln, the first Patron of Gallaudet University said, “it is a sin to be silent when it is your duty to protest” is what a perfect example what it should be really about Deaf protest 2015 held on September 5th and 6th, 2015 in the nation’s capital: Washington, D.C; 162 more words

Walking up to Thomas Jefferson’s Home.

The last three days has been a presidential journey with three most important presidents in American history—deep thinking questions the movement roots in the breathtaking change for Gallaudet newest’s 11th president.

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Unknown Artist.

Now Gallaudet University has announced three candidates for president position—first time with all candidates are women. One of them is black. That is very exciting and interesting.

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Where Can I Learn ASL?

Where Can I Learn ASL? That is a question often here around our neighborhood. Trinidad is multi-lingual neighborhood with English and American Sign Language (ASL) as two dominant primary languages. 1,228 more words


When Should You Give Alexander Graham Bell 'The Benefit of the Doubt'?

Today is July 26, 2015: The home of the 25th anniversary for Americans with Disabilities Act known as ADA event held at National Museum of American History to see what the panel including a Deaf professor by the name of Brian Greenwald about eugenics, the same root of Alexander Graham Bell that runs a violation in every bone inside a human being. 873 more words

List of Current WRLC Archivists

Recently, I have started a research project for SAAatCUA to find  local archivists within the Washington, D.C area.  I figured the best way to start was to find the information of all the archivists at the local Universities that belong to the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC).   612 more words