• Impossible Music

    Impossible Music

    Williams, Sean

    "Devastated by a stroke that causes him to lose his hearing, a teen musician resists transition therapy before a tough new friend challenges him to create a new music form that helps him better understand his relationship to the hearing world." (NoveList)

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  • Feathers

    Feathers

    Woodson, Jacqueline

    "One wintry day, a white boy with long curly hair enters Frannie's sixth-grade classroom. "Jesus Boy" is told he's on the "wrong side of the highway," and becomes a catalyst for a shift among friends and enemies in the classroom, all observed from Frannie's point of view." (Kirkus)

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  • Historic National Association of the Deaf Film Selected for Preservation by Library of Congress

    Historic National Association of the Deaf Film Selected for Preservation by Library of Congress

    “Preservation of Sign Language” was part of a collection of films produced by the motion picture committee of the NAD specifically to preserve early American Sign Language on film from 1910 through 1920. The NAD at that time was concerned that “pure” sign language might disappear under the pressures of oralism, and made these films so that future generations might see master signers of the past. In 1965, the NAD transferred these films to the Gallaudet University Archives for preservation and to make them more available to the public. Appreciation goes to the Gallaudet University Archives for making theNAD “Preservation” film publicly available.

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