On Monday of this week, the hashtag #HearingPrivilege took over Twitter. Thanks to Professor Joseph Hill and assistant professor Jason Listman from National Technical Institute for the Deaf, along with their colleagues and students, people who are d/Deaf/ HoH used #HearingPrivilege to share examples of both blatant and subtle ways that the ability to hear offers societal privilege.
People who are deaf can (and do) enjoy going to concerts! Talented professional musical interpreters ensure a lyrical connection between the performing artist and their fans who use ASL. Because music is for EVERYONE!
When Deaf culture influences pop culture, everybody wins! Here are just a few of the most noteworthy Deaf moments of 2015. Please feel free to add to the discussion and leave your personal favorites in the comments!
In honor of Deaf Awareness Week (September 21-28), here are some hot tips for being a more Deaf Aware human.
A simple guide to protecting your rights, and making sure you don’t trample the rights of your fellow Americans.
Deaf History Month is March 13- April 15— let’s take a quick look back at some of the most pivotal moments. If you want the full story, visit the history section of your local library!
This past year was a very visible one for Deaf Culture and American Sign Language. From viral videos to late night TV appearances, mainstream audiences just couldn’t get enough of Deaf superstars or their fascinating visual language.
As we leave 2014, let’s take a look back at some of the most memorable Deaf pop culture moments of this year… and hope that 2015 brings even more awareness!
Deaf people don’t bite! Here are a few tips to help you break through those pesky language and cultural barriers and make some new deaf acquaintances.
On my Twitter feed, I often share #DidYouKnow facts. For International Week of the Deaf, I thought it would be fun to learn about deafness around the world!
If you’re someone who has never been exposed to deaf culture, you may not really understand how the whole “deaf thing” works.
Have you ever thought about learning sign language?
Curious about Deaf culture? You’ve come to the right place! As a professional sign language interpreter who comes from 3 generations of deaf family members, I feel inspired to share the beauty of this silent world with others.
Here are some interesting facts about being deaf in America. (And you can always find more on my Twitter feed!)
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