Stories from the Stacks: The past, present, and future of race and ethnicity at RIT Libraries: Diversity in the Deaf Community

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Diversity in the Deaf Community

The Deaf Community is a diverse one and is a microcosm of the hearing community. There are Deaf people from all races, ethnicities, and religions. In addition, we have Deaf people with diverse gender identities, Deaf people with secondary disabilities, such as the Deaf-Blind, Deaf Families, and international Deaf people. Many of these Deaf groups also have their own sign language dialects.

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