The Truth about Authentic of ASL in Deaf Community

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  1. Hi JT,

    Wow, I am at Starbucks, grab my chance to watch your video…I want that book, does Gallaudet University sell that book? If not, can you please put down a name of the book and who wrote that so I might go ahead to Barnes&Nobles to check it out if they have…If not I am gonna be the Advocacy to have them sell the deaf book in that stores because of Large amounts of Deaf community are in Little Rock, Arkansas and they should have the deaf section! I adored his work, is so proud of him for start ASL recognized in 1960’s…it is horrible how deaf people treated him like that…

    *Sincerely,* *Euna L. Dennis ’16* *Major in Deaf Studies* *SubRA 2016-2017 Academic year*

    On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 12:03 AM, I Think I Am a Better Ghost Than I Am a Human Being wrote:

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    1. Sure, the title of the book: “Looking Back: A Reader on the History of Deaf Communities and their Sign Languages” by Renate Fischer and Harlan Lane. Very informative book.

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