FW: "Deaf Firsts" Calendar
Karen.Ozmun at METROKC.GOV
Tue Oct 19 09:30:10 PDT 1999
thought some of you might be interested in this Deaf history calendar.
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ARE U D-Y2K (Deaf-Year 2000) READY?
Celebrate the new year and the new millennium with Deaf pride!
This "DEAF FIRSTS" CALENDAR will include graphics & dates highlighting
historical first-time Deaf events, births, places ...
In May, 1907 Edmund M. Price, won the first Deaf Carnegie medal for
saving a girl from being hit by a train.
June 25 & 26, 1981, the first Black Deaf Conference, which later became
the Black Deaf Advocates, was held at Howard University.
In July, 1980 the first woman president of National Association of the
Deaf (NAD), Gertrude Scott Galloway, was elected.
This calendar is an educational tool and it will make great HOLIDAY GIFTS
for your Deaf and Hearing friends & family!
It is also a "must have" CLASSROOM and WORKPLACE accessory for
Deaf-friendly classrooms and work environments!
Hang this 8-1/2" x 11" calendar on your wall or keep it handy in a
notebook or manila folder and carry it in your backpack or briefcase!
Calendar design by Estie Provow with research by Jennifer Needles
For more information about the calendar, go to the web site of American Sign
Language and Interpreting School of Seattle at: www.aslis.org
Click on "Products for Sale," then click on "Year 2000 Deaf Firsts Calendar"
More information about the Wash-at