This is an incomplete list of notable deaf people.
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... Deaf individuals rely on technology for communication significantly ... used for communication over a telephone line) are used to call other Deaf individuals ... and the more updated video phones are often used by deaf people to talk to their hearing friends and family when they are apart ...
... Deaf in America Voices from A Culture was a pioneer in Deaf Studies ... This book's goal was to "write about people in a new and different way." Padden and Humphries did not want to focus on writing about their hearing loss, but to focus on their ... Much has been written since this book, and Deaf Studies has really flourished ...
... Deaf People in Hitler's Europe (2002) is a non-fiction book written by Donna F ... Schuchman inspired by the conference Deaf People in Hitler’s Europe, 1933-1945 hosted jointly by Gallaudet University and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in ... It tells the story of deaf people during the Holocaust ...
... vision of Signature is one of an inclusive society where deaf people experience no communication barriers ... in the languages and communication methods that deaf people use ... Deaf people are still excluded, overlooked and discriminated against in our society ...
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“These people in high life have too much presence of mind, I believe, to seem disconcerted, or out of humour, however they may feel: for had I been the person of the most consequence in the room, I could not have met with more attention and respect.”
—Frances Burney (17521840)
In front of you and harmony behind.
Be deaf to music and to beauty blind.
Win war. Rise bloody, maybe not too late
For having first to civilize a space
Wherein to play your violin with grace.”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)