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.
Read articles on the culture, history and education of the Black Deaf Community, written by former NBDA President Benro Ogunyipe.
Watch the first of the nine chapters of "The Hidden Treasure of Black ASL: Its History and Structure" video, written by Carolyn McCaskill, et. al.
Find information on Black Deaf History, advocacy, events, local chapters, and other resources on NBDA's website.
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.
Learn how Andrew Jackson Foster, the first deaf African American to graduate from Gallaudet College in 1954, established 32 Deaf schools in Africa.