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I'm not going to wait for the Deaf community to act on our needs any more.
The lessons to organize action and change are out there. The tools are out there. We just have to use them.
I do media -- I'll start the conversation.
But are you willing to step up and act?
My personal story of why I am interested in advocating for the Deaf Community.
I was inspired by Cabbage Patch Kid Dolls.
During an interview with a University of Colorado student about Unity for Gallaudet Protest (2006), I was asked if there were anything I'd change if I could go back prior to the start of the protest...
DeafHope, the Oakland, California based Nonprofit providing domestic and sexual violence survivor and prevention services, just reopened their offices after they were forced to close it last year ago due to smoke damage from a fire.
They now have to restore normal office operations, and are asking for donations to help restore everything to normal operations.
Brandon Arthur interviews the President of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). President Brenda Walker-Prudhom explains the increase in dues and fees that RID recently announced on March 30, 2012
An update on the push to allow Deaf drivers to obtain CDL licenses and become professional Truck Drivers. This has been difficult due to current hearing requirements in the license. Video produced by Brenda Palmigiano and Dean DeRusso. More informaiton can be found at Dean DeRusso's orginal post on his blog.