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National Deaf History Month Celebrates the Power of Student Protest

National Deaf History Month takes place each year from March 13 through April 15 to commemorate the accomplishments of the Deaf and hard of...

Oxnard College Professor on Paid Leave After Chastising Hard of Hearing...

Michael Abram, a tenured human physiology professor at Oxnard College in California, was placed on paid leave last week after a TikTok video of...

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Struggle with Accessibility Issues During...

Nearly all college students have faced their fair share of difficulties during the coronavirus pandemic when it comes to keeping up academically. For the...

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community Suffers from Dearth of Diverse...

As in many professions, the field of sign language interpretation is extremely homogenous. Nearly nine in 10 interpreters are White, according to the 2018...

$1.75 Million Grants Help HBCU Combat Shortage of Rehabilitation Counselors

The United States Department of Education recently awarded two five-year grants totaling $1.75 million to Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) to address a national shortage...

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Virtual Academic Community Uses Tech to...

When Chris Brucker started his graduate degree in architecture at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), none of his classmates were deaf or hard of...