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Deaf Culture What is Deaf Culture? When people ask if there really is a Deaf culture, I'm often tempted to borrow a line from jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Someone once asked.
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Deaf culture - Wikipedia The community may include hearing family members of deaf people and sign-language interpreters who identify with Deaf culture. It does not automatically include all.
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Meet the $800 Windows tablet designed to interpret for. Biz & IT — Meet the $800 Windows tablet designed to interpret for deaf people With limited vocab and slow speeds, will MotionSavvy's new device catch on?
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