Monthly Archives: April 2016

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This Dancer Was Born Deaf and Is Chasing Her Dreams

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What does it take to become a dancer, when you're born profoundly deaf? Meet Macy Baez, the star of project DEFY, a fearless 15-year-old hip-hop dancer from the Illawarra, Australia. Watch her story to find out how sh...

These Gloves Translate Sign Language Into Text or Speech

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University of Washington sophomores Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi demonstrate their "SignAloud" glove, which converts American Sign Language into written and spoken text. The invention won a 2016 Lemelson-MIT Student P...

“The Silent Dream” A very Powerful message “By the Deaf for the Deaf”

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The Silent Dream is A very Powerful message by the Deaf for the Deaf This video is about the great possibilities for the Deaf around the world who's lives can become much more better using easily accessible technolog...

Understanding Deaf Rights

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http://sjcctimes.com/10827/understanding-deaf-rights/ Deaf rights in educational environments By ReVae Jensen One of the most important things in deaf culture is to ensure human rights for deaf people all ove...

The time Prince gave a free concert at a college for deaf students

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Prince was at the top of his game when he came to Washington in the fall of 1984. “Purple Rain” was one of the biggest albums and movies of the year, and he performed an astonishing seven concerts at Landover’s Capita...

Helen Keller Deaf News Today

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Helen Keller Deaf News Today

Uber’s latest changes make trips easier for deaf drivers and their passenger

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Uber's latest changes make trips easier for deaf drivers and their passengers Goal to recruit more deaf and hard-of-hearing drivers By Andrew J . Hawkins on April 19, 2016 10:30 am Email @andyjayhawk ...

Supreme Court Chief Justice learned sign language to swear in deaf lawyers

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When a dozen lawyers rose together to be sworn into the Supreme Court bar Tuesday morning, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. made a sweeping motion with his hands. It translated in American Sign Language to: “Your ...