The Stories of Racial Segregation in Deaf Black Community in Washington, D.C.;

Today (May 24) in 1951, racial segregation in Washington, D.C. restaurants ruled illegal. It became a big deal. The history … More

The Lack of Jury Duty for Deaf People

On Friday, July 21st hot afternoon–I decided to meet a friend and gave a tour at Library of Congress. Great … More

The Unreal and Real: Stories From Deafhood Journey

Four years ago the day before today, we were selected to give a play called The Deafhood Monologues written by Ella … More

AGBell’s House Shall be Demolished

AGBell’s birthplace. Yesterday, there was a headline about demolishing a house where Adolf Hitler was born—a birthplace in Austria. Yes, … More

Kat Brockway: The Making and Unmaking of a Perfect Bully

It is very important to know that October is Anti-Bullying Month. The award goes to Kathleen “Kat” Brockway, so-called “Chair” … More