National Women's History Month

Every March we celebrate the contributions women have made to the world and recognize the specific achievements women have made over the course of history in a variety of fields. 

These books and videos provide a glimpse into the history of deaf women’s struggles and accomplishments despite facing ableism and misogyny.

Books on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women, Historic and Modern

Videos of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women in Modern and Recent Times

Marlee Matlin
Shelly "SIREN" Beattie

Videos of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women in History

Angeline Fuller Fischer
Laura Bridgman
Princess Alice

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

If you or a loved one is struggling with thoughts of suicide, anxiety, depression or problems with drugs or alcohol, reach out to the 988 Lifeline. You can call, text or chat with a caring call specialist​  who can assist in directing you to information and resources in your area.

Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week 2022
(June 26th to July 2nd, 2022)

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Resources Search Guide

This guide will help you with searching for resources on the DCDL website and is in PDF format.

How to Use Libby

This external guide to the Libby platform to borrow ebooks has a video and step by step guide.

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