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Youth Programs Resolution #5

Youth Programs Resolution #5

It’s the 5th day of 2020 already! Have you started thinking about your summer plans? If not, then why don’t you participate in the Youth Leadership Camp as a staff member, apply by March 15th! Don’t wait.


Youth Programs Resolution #6

Youth Programs Resolution #6

It’s January 6th! Are you a high school student or a Jr. NAD member? If so, I have a resolution for you. We will have Jr.NAD Pages program at the upcoming NAD Conference this summer. I encourage you to apply Read more…


Youth Programs Resolution #4

Youth Programs Resolution #4

Happy January 4th! Did you know that March 6th is National Deaf Youth Day? Consider that as one of your new year’s resolution, start planning your celebration on March 6th. We have a list of ideas on our website. Check Read more…


Pushing for Sign Language in Schools

Pushing for Sign Language in Schools

Youth Programs Resolution #2

Youth Programs Resolution #2

It’s January 2nd! Are you still thinking what your new year’s resolutions are? I have one for you! If you are a high school sophomore or junior, apply for the Youth Leadership Camp by February 2nd!


Teeth – ASL Cover

Teeth – ASL Cover

Some days you’re the only thing I know Only thing that’s burning when the night’s grow cold Can’t look away, can’t look away Beg you to stay, beg you to stay yeah Sometimes you’re a stranger in my bed Don’t Read more…


Word Genius: Grandiloquent ASL

Word Genius: Grandiloquent ASL

1. A lofty, colorful style of speaking intended to impress 2. Being vain or pompous in an overbearing style Instead of receiving the award humbly, she didn’t thank anyone in her grandiloquent acceptance speech.


(ASL) Plant-Based Foods That Fight Depression

(ASL) Plant-Based Foods That Fight Depression

Standard American Diet (SAD) is a modern dietary pattern that is generally characterized by high intakes of animal meat, rich in red meat, processed meat, pre-packaged foods, butter, fried foods, high-fat dairy products, eggs, refined grains, high-fructose corn syrup, high-sugar Read more…


An Interview with Rajesh Ketkar Part 2

An Interview with Rajesh Ketkar Part 2

Did you ever think that you would be able to overcome the challenges and change life? Actually after I completed my education, I began thinking of what I should do further. I discussed this with my friends as well. Then Read more…


Cambodia Develops National Sign Language After Years of Genocide

Cambodia Develops National Sign Language After Years of Genocide

The Cambodian Deaf community is now learning a national sign language. We wanted to bring you a feature piece about one US scholar who is making a difference throughout their community. Erin Moriarty Harrelson: “When I first started my study Read more…