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November 17, 2008

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Christine

Thanks for posting this. My second language is sign language so I loved this site.

Spencer

Nice examples, Garr.

The Grateful Dead had an ASL interpreter on stage for most performances, and special seating for the hearing impared. The interpreters translated both the lyrics and the music, and were a treat to watch.

Ken

Not only did the Dead have an ASL interpreter, but there was a sizable subculture of hearing impaired fans, most of whom seems to fixate on Phil Lesh's powerful bass, which could be felt as well as heard.

Amazing video - thanks.

Michael Sporer

These are compelling videos. Deaf/hard of hearing is a disability that is much misunderstood. Thanks for posting this. It helps get the message across.....

Hamlet

How inspirational. At my school (Utah Valley University) we have a very strong ASL program. I am always impressed by the kindness of the students and teachers in the program.

Thanks Garr for posting this.

John Spence

Garr - and absolutely wonderful post, I enjoyed these videos so very much. Often times I have hearing impaired folks in the audience when I am giving a talk and it has been a joy to work with the ASL interpreters to make sure that everyone was enjoying themselves and getting value out of the class. Thank you for posting these clips, I'm going to forward the link on to everyone on my e-mail list -- extremely powerful stuff -- thanks -- John

Chris Craft

Garr,

I want to thank you for sharing this. I teach future teachers at a large state University in South Carolina. In my class there is a young lady who is hearing impaired. The University sends an interpreter each time we have class. When I introduced this video (Beautiful) I asked the interpreter to watch, too, since this would be the first time he could rest his hands during our class period. She was in awe an most of my class was in tears.

Thanks for this inspiration.

Chris Craft
www.christophercraft.com

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