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December Clerc/Gallaudet Bilingual Book Talk WebinarPublished: Mar 25 2022
Deaf/Signing Community: Support Recognition of Dorothy "Dot" Sueoka CasterlinePublished: Mar 25 2022
Sign the petition recognizing Dorothy's work! https://chng.it/p9qNNzxHYX
We must recognize Deaf AAPI individuals who contributed immensely to the Deaf community!
Local woman highlights challenges deaf Ukrainians face in war (Regina Kiperman)Published: Mar 08 2022
Regina Kiperman explains the dire situation facing Deaf Ukranians. You can make a donation to the following organizations: Deaf Bridge, Off the Grid Missions, and World Federation of the Deaf.
March NewsletterPublished: Mar 08 2022
Interview with the Deaf community in UkrainePublished: Mar 08 2022
Deaf Women Who Have Changed the WorldPublished: Mar 08 2022
This blog lists historical and contemporary Deaf women who have made a mark on the world in some way. New to me is this New Zealand woman.
BIPOC women in STEM exploration for DHH high school studentsPublished: Mar 08 2022
From CSD Learns.
Deaf Women UnitedPublished: Mar 08 2022
Recognizing Deaf Women from CSD Learns
New Video Streaming InfoGuidePublished: Feb 18 2022
RIT Libraries has created a Streaming Video InfoGuide. There are inexpensive pay-per-view options via Just Watch and ReelGood. If you would like to make a media request, please use this form. The InfoGuide includes:
Women on Wikipedia: Edit-a-ThonPublished: Feb 18 2022
RIT Libraries’ annual event, is back live and in person this year! This event is held in honor of Women's History Month. Our goal is to build the body of knowledge about women on Wikipedia, while also getting more women interested in editing entries today and in the future. I challenge you to add a book, article, video, or link to a biographical entry. It's easy!
Friday, March 25th, 2022 12 pm-3 pm Ritter Arena -Registration not required