Friday, January 27, 2012

The Silent Garden Program

An award-winning deaf architect is giving more than a million dollars to California State University in Fresno. It's the largest gift ever given to the school's College of Health and Human Services. The money will go toward the The Silent Garden program at the school, which is designed to help deaf children. The name of the program comes from a book written by a Fresno State professor. You can find more about the book here.

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