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LC Interpreting Services
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Sign language interpreter, community educator, and advocate for equal access.
Sign language interpreter, community educator, and advocate for equal access.

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"The more hearing people see interpreters at work, the more they will begin to understand that people who are deaf exist around them at all times, and that deaf people have the right to participate in society on an equal level."

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So it turns out: GIFs are the perfect format for American Sign Language!

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#DidYouKnow: Deaf History Month is March 13 - April 15!

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"Educational interpreters can supply students and educators not only with an interpretation, but a closure of the power imbalance by modeling language, including strategies of flexible bilingualism, and improving academic language in a parallel and equivalent manner between English and ASL."

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"Like other minority groups, people who are d/Deaf/HoH couldn’t just wait around expecting Hollywood to change."

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Did You Know: Every March, Deaf Women United celebrates Deaf Women History Month with a wonderful spotlight series!

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Let’s work together to help your employees understand deafness, Deaf culture, and how to positively engage with deaf/HoH individuals. LCIS would be thrilled to work with your entire team – from top level management down – to educate and inform.

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MARCH 25 at Lexington School: A special fundraising event for Camp Mark 7 - the 2017 Deaf Film Camp Showcase. Proceeds will go to campership for the deaf and hard of hearing kids who need financial assistance for DFC 2017.

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"The prosecutors said it was too late. I gave up and accepted a felony that I'm not guilty of. An unqualified interpreter destroyed my life."

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Despite barriers to access, many people who are deaf enjoy watching and participating in athletic events. In fact, the Deaf community has a strong history of supporting and even influencing mainstream sports!
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