Saturday, February 7, 2015

Black ASL

In 2011 a book called The Hidden Treasure of Black ASL dealt with a seldom discussed issue--the influence of spoken black English. The Washington Post interviewed the authors to see "what’s happened since the book’s publication and what might be coming next." They say that a new study finds "black deaf families share deafness with white deaf families but typically have more in common with black hearing families." Read more here.

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