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Articles posted on Thu, Jun 02, 2016

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Third deaf murder accused unfit for trial - NEWS.com.au

A deaf man accused of murdering his deaf roommate has been found unfit to stand trial due to mental impairment. [...] more »

Categories: Recht Kommunikation
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Deaf students to unveil signed video - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

A different kind of music video debuted in Rochester this week, as local deaf and hard of hearing students unveil a completed sign language rendition of hit rock song The Middle Wednesday. [...] more »

Categories: Gebärdensprache Kultur
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The Lost Secret Sign Language of Sawmill Workers - Atlas Obscura

Outside of deaf communities, hearing people sometimes develop what are now often called “alternate sign languages” to communicate when words will not do. In monasteries, monks uses signs to communicate in areas where speech is forbidden, for instance. In industries where machines made speaking impossible—in ships’ engine rooms, in steel mills, textile mills, and sawmills—workers also found ways to communicate with their hands. [...] more »

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Wānanga celebrates their Māori sign language graduates - Māori Television

Nearly 4,000 students from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa will graduate over the next 3 days including the wānangas only Māori sign language cohort who received their certificates today. [...] more »

Articles posted on Wed, Jun 01, 2016

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Memphis Elementary student performs sign language at Comerica Park - New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

Aubrey's teacher, Carla Devereaux, said Aubrey's cousin, Randy Sanda, was taking a sign language course at Oakland University and his class was invited to sign the national anthem at a game on May 25. [...] more »

Categories: Gebärdensprache
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Deaf Dancer Chris Fonseca Teaches Students How To #KeepItMoving - Vibe

After a case of meningitis as a child left him completely deaf, London-based dancer and choreographer Chris Fonseca has defied the odds by continuing to dance and teach despite his impairment. Now, he's fulfilling one of his dreams of teaching hip-hop ... [...] more »

Categories: Kultur

Articles posted on Tue, May 31, 2016

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Your Deaf Kids and the Hearing World - The Good Men Project

On one side you have someone that is deaf, who you love, like your daughter or your son, and on the other side is the hearing world. You've already built your own bridge to communication with your own loved one. The tightrope became a strong and sturdy ... [...] more »

Categories: Soziales Erziehung
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Project succeeds to empower the deaf - Daily News | The National Newspaper (press release) (blog)

The organisation also created linkages between children, parents and teachers through sign language training, so that they can communicate well and understand each other. Moshi municipal and Moshi district officers were also taught on sign language ... und weitere » [...] more »

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Chewbacca Mom Gets a Sign Language Interpretation - Nerdist

When Chewbacca Mom Candace Payne's mask video went viral, it was the wookiee roar heard around the world. It was hard to find someone who hadn't seen or at least heard mention of the video. So that everyone could truly experience that message of ... [...] more »

Categories: Dolmetschen Medien
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Better Sound for the Deaf - Deutsche Welle

In today's mobile-centric world things are looking up for people who are deaf or hearing impaired! Using a phone could soon become much easier for the 1.5 billion people globally with hearing loss thanks to a new technology. The software boosts ... [...] more »

Categories: Technik Hörhilfen

Articles posted on Sun, May 29, 2016

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Taguig PWD program hires 12 more deaf-mute data encoders - InterAksyon

Mr. Larry Supaz, who heads the Taguig City Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO), said that the hiring of deaf-mute workers presented new employment possibilities. "In Taguig City, we want to promote inclusive employment for the PWDs, to help ... [...] more »

Categories: Soziales Beruf

Articles posted on Fri, May 27, 2016

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Why deaf people are 'in your face!' - The Age

Being deaf in rural Australia often means almost never coming into contact with people who are like you. Kristy Serafin, who travels in the Yass and Goulburn regions teaching deaf children, points out that her main job is to help her students socialise ... [...] more »

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Pope Francis uses sign language at General Audience - Vatican Radio

Pope Francis began his weekly General Audience in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday by greeting people in sign language. The message of greeting – which involves raising one's arms, and then turning your hand with the palms out – was ... [...] more »

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Huntington's 'Most Alive' topples barriers for the deaf - The Boston Globe

When Craig Lucas saw Russell Harvard onscreen with Daniel Day-Lewis in the 2007 film “There Will Be Blood,” he knew he wanted to write a play for the deaf actor. “I was bowled over. He wiped Daniel Day-Lewis off the screen — and Day-Lewis is no slouch.” [...] more »

Categories: Dolmetschen Kultur
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Feeling the beat: What it's like to be a deaf music fan - ABC Online

It is exactly what American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter Amber Galloway Gallego does for a living. "ASL is a foreign language, it's grammatically different than English," she said. "I'm actually … painting the pictures, more so than just following ... [...] more »

Categories: Dolmetschen Kultur
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