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Interpreter Breaks Down How Real-Time Translation Works | WIRED

Interpreter Breaks Down How Real-Time Translation Works | WIRED

DEAF Inc enews: Director of Community Programs

DEAF Inc enews: Director of Community Programs

Hello, everyone! I’m here today because I’m excited to introduce our newest member of the dynamic team at DEAF, Inc., the new Director of Community Programs, Tia Jenice Morris. Hello! I’m honored to be chosen by DEAF, Inc. I really Read more…


Posters Explanation – Is it Ethical for Hearing Individuals to Teach ISL?

Posters Explanation – Is it Ethical for Hearing Individuals to Teach ISL?

Recently we shared two images One displayed the issue The other illustrated the solution What were these images about? Take a look I now would like to explain these images Let us see the first image The image depicts two Read more…


How interpreters juggle two languages at once – Ewandro Magalhaes

How interpreters juggle two languages at once – Ewandro Magalhaes

In 1956, during a diplomatic reception in Moscow, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev told Western Bloc ambassadors, “My vas pokhoronim!” His interpreter rendered that into English as, “We will bury you!” This statement sent shockwaves through the Western world, heightening the Read more…


Odisha Police Appoint Interpreters for Deaf Victims

Odisha Police Appoint Interpreters for Deaf Victims

In Odisha there are a total of 602 police stations. Whenever Deaf people go to the police station to file a complaint, communication would be very difficult. Earlier when a Deaf person went to the police station to file a Read more…


RIT Expert: Kim Kurz, department chair, ASL and Interpreting Education

RIT Expert: Kim Kurz, department chair, ASL and Interpreting Education

[Music] The interpreting profession still really needs interpreters. We’re still in very high demand. There are freelance agencies all over the country who contact us looking for qualified interpreters in their areas – especially in more rural areas. In the Read more…


American Sign Language at Princeton

American Sign Language at Princeton

[MUSIC] COLIN LUALDI ’17, Founder of Princeton University ASL Club (PUASL), voiced by BRYON ROWE, Interpreter: Honestly, when I was growing up, I had no idea about Princeton. I remember, when I was a junior in high school, I was Read more…


Common Islamic Words & Phrases in ASL (American Sign Language)

Common Islamic Words & Phrases in ASL (American Sign Language)

Hello and Assalaamu Alaikum, My name is Sarah Tisdale and I am the chapter coordinator for California for Global Deaf Muslim. Our mission here at Global Deaf Muslim is to ensure and provide access to Islamic information for the Deaf Read more…


RID Open Letter

RID Open Letter

Hello. my name is David Bahar, director of public policy with Communication Services for the Deaf, or CSD. Today over forty different organizations have come together to submit an open letter to the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, or Read more…


III. Creed – The New Roman Missal for Interpreters

III. Creed – The New Roman Missal for Interpreters

I believe in one God, the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all things visible and invisible. I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God, born of the Father before all ages. God Read more…