Deaf Culture Digital Library
Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library is dedicated to providing leadership and guidance by making eBooks, videos, and resources accessible.
Every February we honor the contributions of Black Americans who have helped shape our nation. Black History Month is an opportunity to understand Black histories, going beyond stories of racism and slavery to spotlight Black achievement.
Here at DCDL, Black History Month is also an opportunity to celebrate Black Deaf Americans and their contributions to the Deaf Community.
Black Deaf Authors
Black Deaf Organizations / Centers
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.
Your Library Journey Options
The library website offers a wealth of resources for all ages, interests, and needs. Whether you’re looking for eBooks, digital videos, online journals, or information about local libraries, you can find it all here. Here are a few of the resources you can explore through DCDL.
Discover eBooks, streaming videos, online journals, and information about nearby libraries, all in one centralized place and tailored to the needs of Maryland’s deaf community.
The Deaf Culture Digital Library provides resources and information about deaf culture to Maryland residents and offers access to digital collections of deaf-related books, videos, articles, and more.