January 11, 2021
history of closed captioning Emerson Romero

Emerson Romero, pioneer of closed captioning

The history of closed captioning can be tracked back to Emerson Romero, a deaf silent film actor, who sought a change in films.
December 9, 2020
employment rights for people with hearing loss

U.S. employment rights for people with hearing loss

This year has been a hard one. The worldwide pandemic has put many out of work and increased the struggle to make ends meet. During this time, job security is […]
November 23, 2020
deaf artists around the world

A look at some deaf artists around the world

“If we are to preserve culture we must continue to create it.” – Johan Huizinga Art is the glue that holds a culture together. This is true in the deaf […]
November 2, 2020
recognizing an official sign language

Why sign language should be an official language

An estimated 1% of the total population is born Deaf, and most likely, learns and speaks a signed language. But with more than 200 versions of sign language worldwide, there is […]
October 7, 2020
U.S. debates with sign language

How to watch the U.S. debates with sign language

Access to information is important. Here's how people with hearing loss can watch the U.S. Presidential debates with sign language.
October 5, 2020
ASL interpreters for COVID

ASL interpreters now mandatory for U.S. COVID briefings

Effective October 1, all announcements around coronavirus taking place on White House grounds must have ASL interpreters for COVID briefings.
September 30, 2020
black deaf history in America

A brief history of Black Deaf people in America

The history of Black Deaf people in America have largely been overlooked or simply not recorded, includin Black American Sign Language.
September 28, 2020
Deaf fun facts

Deaf Fun Facts You Need to Know

In celebration of Deaf Awareness Month this September, we’ve gathered a list of some of the most interesting Deaf Fun Facts for you to know. Have you ever played trivia […]