Favorite Links

Welcome to The ASL Project’s “favorites” page.  Here we are continually compiling some of our favorite links to Deaf Centered blogs, vlogs, sites, and reference materials.  Know of something we missed?  Please leave a comment below and we will look into it!

Thanks,

Richard a

 

 

Deafhood Foundation:

Here is the link to one of the most important sites out there right now for Deaf Centered Living/Learning/Sharing/etc.

http://www.deafhoodfoundation.org/Deafhood/Home.html

 

Deafhood Discourse:

Dr. Don Grushkin, of CSUS, offers a great compendium of all things Deafhood.  I particularly like this vlog: http://www.deafhooddiscourses.com/?p=569

and everything else he says is truly profound as well!

http://www.google.com/interstitial?url=http://www.deafhooddiscourses.com/

 

Audism-Free America:

How can we make the country safe to be Deaf?  Visit:

http://audismfreeamerica.blogspot.com/

 

Deaf Bilgual Coalition:

www.dbcusa.org

 

 

Cutting Ties with DeafRead: by Barb DiGi

Barb shares how she, regretfully, has had to cut her ties with DeafRead due to unhealthy environment that poisons the Deaf Community.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yg-SyH70a4&feature=email

 

 

Letter to Purple:

Want to make a difference?  A real difference?  Let’s start by putting an end to the exploitation of the Deaf Community by hearing businessowners.  Go to the below link for a sample letter to Purple.

Nikki’s Video Letter to Purple: Cease Sponsorship of DR/DVTV:

http://10.0.0.209:81/cgi/block.cgi?URL=http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DoA7djvDfWOI%26feature%3Demail&IP=10.0.0.203&CAT=BURLS&USER=IPGROUP

 

Patti’s Blog:

Here is another great example of how we can work together!

www.handseyes.wordpress.com

 

Basic Philosophy of Liberty:

 
http://sedm.org/LibertyU/PhilosophyOfLiberty.htm
 

ASL, Deaf-Centered Movies, Stories, News, and Sports:

www.deafTV.com
 

Star American Sign Langugae:

Michelle, Graduate of Deaf Studies at CSUN, launched this site for anyone to learn ASL, good info including CIs, Deaf-Centered, many more
http://www.start-american-sign-language.com/

 

Deaf Performing Arts Networking:
www.d-pan.com

 

Bi-Bi Techniques:

Cirrculum for Instructors to teach Deaf children on how to read and write English through ASL communication
www.fairviewlearning.net
 

Deaf Teen Forum:

(some are hard of hearing there, not familiar)
www.tagdeaf.com

Captioned Media:

Described and Captioned Media Program (catalog of free rental videos or online, all are about Deaf, captioning or educational purpose)
http://www.dcmp.org/
 

Vocational Teaching Lesson Plans:

Lesson Plans for Professions to instruct based on Vocational Success
http://www.workshopsinc.com/manual/index.html

 

Deaf-Centered College and Career Assessment:

Delivered in ASL (by Rosa Lee) with subtitles in English

www.pepnet.org

 

Career Assessment:

I also use this, for individual’s career goals, job interests, etc
www.khake.com
 

Politics and the Law:

A conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.
www.JudicialWatch.org
 

Social Justice:
An information + action resource that unites community voices, rigorous research and innovative technologies to solve the root causes of social inequity.
http://www.healthycity.org/
 

Gay-Straight Alliance:
Parents, Families & Friends of Gays and Lesbians, chapters
http://community.pflag.org/Page.aspx?pid=194&srcid=-2
 

Jobs for Teens:

Part time jobs, summer jobs, for teens
http://www.gotajob.com/

 

National Rehabilitation Information Center:

– all info abt law, employment, education, etc
http://www.naric.com/
 

Job Market Predicter:

Labor Market Information (Prediction of Growing or decling employments, job requirement, salaries, demographics)
http://www.bls.gov/oco/
 

Federal Budget:
For anyone who is interested in where our tax money goes to
www.federalbudget.com

 

 

Alternative Solutions Center:

www.asdeaf.com/vlog

 

 

The BEST Blog by an ASL 1 Student EVER:

Charlotte Yang, an ASL 1 student, calls for hearing parents to embrace ASL as their second language and their Deaf child’s first language.

http://salade122.blogspot.com/2010/05/why-hearing-parents-should-indulge-in.html

More to come!

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