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.
Watch and learn how the Little Paper Family helped the Deaf Community stay connected.
In this video, learn the story Thomas H. Gallaudet, T.H. Gallaudet, Laurent Clerc and Dr. Mason Cogwell, who began education for the deaf in America.
Joseph Sarpy shares his story of how he became the first professional Black Deaf actor.
Black Deaf artists discuss their perspectives and experiences in each of their respective field.
View the "Meet the Millers," the story of the history of segregation and integration of Black Deaf students on Gallaudet University campus.
Why was Agatha Tiegel Hanson is important to Deaf Women history and Gallaudet University? To learn more, watch "The Feather" video.
Learn more about Deaf Holocaust survivor Charlotte Friedman and how she successfully escaped war-torn Europe.
Learn about Deaf Holocaust survivor Charlotte Friedman and how she successfully escaped war-torn Europe, including meeting Anne Frank and her family.
This English subtitled film depicts the plight of Jewish Deaf women in a sewing factory during WWII in British Sign Language.