1. Deaf

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    about the trauma a deaf child went through when she became deaf. Each new word the teacher teaches her triggers a flashback to the moment she became deaf

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    • MiastoZmysły #PJM || Kraków

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      >>> Warsztaty artystyczne dla osób G/głuchych, słabosłyszących i słyszących w Krakowie 9 do 12 lipca 2015

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      • Murumpu Wangka! Kukatja Hand Talk

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        ABC OPEN "Mother Tongue" Project Link --- https://open.abc.net.au/explore/97424 Anyone who has ever lived in a remote Aboriginal community understands the importance of hand signs. These are meant not only for the hearing impaired, but are a bedrock of everyday communication. For many generations they have served as an effective means of communicating detailed messages over long distances throughout Aboriginal Australia. While many visitors quickly learn the standard “what now?” sign, it is easy to miss the dozens of diverse hand signals being subtly exchanged in conversation. As in all languages, some elements are traditional and others are recent innovations. Over two shoots just outside of the remote community of Wirrimanu (Balgo) in WA's Great Sandy Desert, five women elders from the Kapululangu Women's Law and Culture Centre explain over 40 hand signs and translate them into Kukatja. As you can see, hand signs are not only a way of communicating information, but also serve as full-bodied ways of expressing nuance, humor, and individual personality. These women hope to help Australians from all over the continent understand a different side of Aboriginal language in remote communities, and welcome you to visit them on their Dreaming Tracks and Women's Law Camps.

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        • RCD June 21, 2015 "Jesus Suffers With Us"

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          A weekly sermon preached in Sign Language by Pastor Jerry Sanders from Refuge Church for the Deaf of Olathe, KS.

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          • 2015 8 Diversity Ball

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            • MRID June 2015 President's Update

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              Minnesota Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf June President's Update

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              • Signed2014

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                手話で「こんにちは」は、両手の人差し指を胸の前でお辞儀をするように曲げるポーズをとります。声にテンション、イントネーション、高さや低さがあるように、色々なものを手で表現し視覚で判別する手話にも、手の動きにテンション、感情、イントネーション、その人らしさが宿ります。この装置では、カメラの前で手話の「こんにちは」の動きをすると、その動きからアルゴリズムに沿って生成された多様な形状の「こんにちは」という文字がミラーに表示されます。手の動きによるあなたらしさを体験することで手話という言語の捉え直しと新しい自分の発見を促します。 This sign language of "Hello" in Japanese id expressed by bending two index fingers as if two people were bowing to each other. Sign language is an expression using hands which is visually conveyed, and it reflects the person's mood , emotions, intonation and character, similar to the person's voice. In this system, when the user gestures "Hello" in sign language , the mirror presents the phrase in various shapes according to the user's movement detected by the camera. By experiencing individuality through the movement of hands we propose the reinterpretation of sign language and the new discovery of one's self. 01/06/2015 - 03/08/2015 at ICC http://www.ntticc.or.jp/Archive/2014/Openspace2014/Works/HABILITATE_j.html Wada Natsumi Kakehi Yasuaki xlab : http://www.xlab.sfc.keio.ac.jp/

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                • Kiwanitalk - The Holley Institute with Development Officer Heather Johnson-Lukosavich & Senior Program Director Christian Young

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                  Kiwanitalk is produced by members of The Kiwanis Club of Dearborn MI.

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                  • RCD June 7 He Saw My Needs

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                    A weekly sermon preached in Sign Language by a deaf pastor, Jerry Sanders.

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                    • Demonstration 17 juni kl 08:00, Örebro - Europas Teckenspråkshuvudstad

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                      Aktör: Niklas Andersson Redigering/Kamera: Niklas Wanjura DJI Ronin Canon 70D + 17-55mm/f2.8

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