Student organization promotes deaf-friendly culture

DEAF Hands Speak is a new organization on campus this year that aims to promote deaf-friendly culture and teach sign language, as well as forge bonds with the deaf community of Tuscaloosa. It is the only organization of its kind at the University.

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Student organization promotes deaf-friendly culture

DEAF Hands Speak is a new organization on campus this year that aims to promote deaf-friendly culture and teach sign language, as well as forge bonds with the deaf community of Tuscaloosa. It is the only organization of its kind at the University.


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