SUFFER THE BOREDOM AT THANKSGIVING DINNER?
Nothing But DEAFinitely Radical I am sure most of us who have a large hearing family and get to be invited for their thanksgiving dinner. You probably don't want to go because they probably aren't able to communicate with you since they don't know sign language but they tell you that family is important to be together on that day.Today's Controversial Question:Do we need to be polite to attend the...
Thu, Nov 22 2007
Shutdown State Schools for the Deaf?
Nothing But DEAFinitely Radical Most state schools for the deaf are facing some of these issues:1. Unqualified signing teachers who are protected by the union and can't be terminated.2. Dumping ground for either mental ill deaf students with behavorial issues, deaf students with multi-disabilities or uncontrolled students that their parents want to get rid of.3. Some older students or staff who are ...
Wed, Nov 21 2007
DEAF LEADERS OR NOT?
Nothing But DEAFinitely Radical One interesting part of the Robert Johnson's letter to Board of Trustees during Gallaudet's Protest in October 2006, he quoted:"Early in my interations with deaf people, I began to hearof outrageous examples of physical and sexual abuse of children atthe hands of adults and other, older children in the school.In certain cases I watched as known child molesters were fe...
Mon, Nov 19 2007
VRS + DEAF PEOPLE = SUCKERS?
Nothing But DEAFinitely Radical VRS Companies like Sorenson, CSDVRS, Hamilton, etc. makes millions of dollars in profit by having you to use their VRS. They only give a very small percentage of the profit back to the Deaf Community. No question that there is a need for better job placement services, educational workshops or social services for the deaf people across the country. Instead, hear...
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