I was invited to give a lecture at Gallaudet University on April 9, 2018. My lecture, Public Art: Understanding Hate Crimes Through Deaf Eyes. I was thankful for giving me the opportunity.
The lecture was about the sighting of invisible hate crimes through public art and the need to understand the concept of community accountability to challenge hate crime through art world. The sight of hate and the surge of denial and struggles that spreads through the Deaf community can be painful to behold. I strongly believe in social justice that promotes the critical examination and higher learning we all should join hands and stand against hate.
My past lectures from DC to California to Oregon to Canada to New York and many more:
Journey Through Hate Exploring the Survivorship of the Deaf
For Your Eyes Only: Hate Crime is Real in Deaf Community
Change the World: The Meaning of Social Justice for Deaf Returning Citizens
Deaf Returning Citizens as Forgotten People
Composition in Values: The Art and Deaf Studies of Leonardo da Vinci
Audism Theory: Racism and the Hidden Meaning
The Faces of Audism
Hate Crimes in the Deaf Community
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