Eight years ago, Jeff Ammon, now 55, began noticing a feeling of pressure in his ears every day after work.
By Zhai Yun Tan, Kaiser Health News
Deaf Poets Society, a new digital literary magazine, has a message for writers with disabilities: we see you. We want you to be here. And this is your space.
By Corinne Segal
Christine Sun Kim is a sound artist. She sends vibrations of her voice along piano wires strung across rooms, and invites people to feel the strings as they carry the sound. She conducts “silent choirs” consisting of facial expressions and…
By Sarah Corapi
By Ellen Rolfes
Sign language interpreters catch a speaker's words, translate their meaning and reformulate their message into sign -- all within seconds. It's part performance, part science, and part cognitive gymnastics. But what happens when things go wrong?…
Conversation with deaf visual storyteller Robyn Girard…
Filmmaker and designer Robyn Girard hopes that her latest project will bring positive stories of what it's like to be deaf to popular culture.
The Board of Trustees at Gallaudet University voted Sunday to revoke the contract of incoming president Jane Fernandes, amid protests from students, faculty, and alumni. A reporter discusses the impact of this incident on deaf culture and on higher education.
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