Tuesday, January 22, 2008

THRILL! DEAFHOOD!

THRILL!!! THRILL!!
COMING TO ROCHESTER- MARCH 29TH! ALL DAY WORKSHOP ON DEAFHOOD!

When: March 29th, saturday 
Time: 10 - 5pm
Place: Panara Theatre

Given by Internationally known experts on Deafhood: 
Ella Mae Lentz, David Eberwein, and Genie Gertz. 
if you are unfamiliar with the Deafhood workshops/ presenters- 
please visit these links: 
http://www.deafhood.us/
http://www.idhhc.state.il.us/Conference/deafhood.html
http://www.ellasflashlight.com/?p=15
http://www.joeybaer.com/?cat=5  (scroll down to bottom) 

This workshop is hosted by...
The Greater Rochester American Sign Language Teachers Association

Sponsors for this workshop are:
The Community Interpreter Grant
The Office of the CEO of NTID/VP and Deaf of RIT
The Center for Disability Rights
RIT's Office of the Chief Diversity Officer and President's Commission on Pluralism and Inclusion
Buffalo's Deaf Adult Services
Keuka College's ASL and ASL-English Interpreting Programs
Genesse Valley Region RID
University of Rochester
Interpretek 
The X Coalition Advocates
RIT's Orange and Brown Coalition

TICKET INFORMATION AND WORKSHOP RESERVATION INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED HERE SOON!!! 





6 comments:

ASL Risen said...

Cool!!!!

Deb Ann said...

I wish I can go!

DE said...

What a very nice flyer- can I have one? :)

More importantly, it's great that the Rochester community is doing this.

See you all.

DE

Dianrez said...

Will there be a blogger's gathering that day, perhaps for a dinner? It would be cool to discuss how Deafhood influences the blogs.

DE said...

Dianrez,

AND how blogs influence Deafhood discourse as well! :)

DE

Anonymous said...

re: a discussion on how b/vlogs r influencing Deafhood discourse and vice versa - great idea

will see-see

peace

patti

About Orange Brown Coalition

Mission: To share with the RIT community about Deaf Culture (language, history, humor, etc.) and related activities.

To facilitate relationships between Deaf and hearing members of the RIT community through awareness of our cultures.

To provide opportunities for self-empowerment and self-advocacy of Deaf people on campus.

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