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Author: Shane Dundas
APART + CONNECTED NYC Deaf Life During the Pandemic
How has life changed during this pandemic for the NYC Deaf community? When everyone wears face masks, how does that affect interactions? When is information fully accessible and how can communication be better? Are there signs that are new, or signs that have taken on new meaning? Are there ways that Deaf cultural life is uniquely helpful during this time?
The panel took place on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
Roxanna Aguilo Carlos Aponte-Salcedo, Jr. Patrice Creamer Marina Fanshteyn Alexandria Pucciarelli-Miller
Panelists uses American Sign Language (ASL). ASL to spoken English interpreting and real-time captioning provided.
The Deaf NYC project received major support from:
National Endowment for the HumanitiesGrant: #ZH-252962-17
Additional support from:
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