Read the article to learn more about Deaf and hard of hearing pioneering women, such as Annie Jump Cannon, Helen K. Watts, and Laura Redden Searing.
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Read articles on the culture, history and education of the Black Deaf Community, written by former NBDA President Benro Ogunyipe.
RID shares an article that describes that role of interpreters, interveners and support service providers who work with DeafBlind individuals.
What's the difference between a Deaf interpreter and a sign language interpreter? To learn more, read this article.
Learn more about Claudia L. Gordon, the first deaf female African American lawyer to graduate law school.
Did you know that Dr. Glenn B. Anderson is the first Deaf African-American in the United States to earn a doctorate degree? Read more.
The US Department of Justice describes what is required for effective communications with people who have vision, hearing, and speech disabilities.
Edmund Booth, a deaf pioneer whose life spans from 1810 – 1905, is featured in this PDF resource.
Learn about the beginnings of Deaf Education that has roots that take us back to the 16th century.
Digital collections of the history of Perkins School for the Blind, including information on deafblind individuals.