What are some of the reasons the Deaf community is so protective of and interest
What are some of the reasons the Deaf community is so protective of and interested in preserving their culture? Applying concepts within the readings this week as well as the video clip below, consider the possible strengths of the Deaf community’s desire for its own space to preserve and cultivate deaf culture. Discuss Protecting and Interpreting Deaf Culture | Glenna Cooper | (2017)References 1. Asif, S. M. (2018). Deaf gain goes prime time: Identity, spaces, and marginalization in ABC Family’s Switched at Birth. Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies, 12(1), 35–51. 2. TEDx Talks. (2017, January 26). Deaf and destined to bridge the world | Isidore Niyongabo | TEDxSDSU [18:06] [Video]. YouTube. 3. Hurley, A. K. (2016, March 2). “How Gallaudet University’s architects are redesigning Deaf space.” Curbed. 4. Reagan, T., Matlins, P. E., & Pielick, C. D. (2020). Teaching deaf culture in American Sign Language courses: Toward a critical pedagogy. Foreign Language Annals, 53, 270–291. 5. Washington Post. (2020, February 1). Signs of solidarity for deaf Black people [2:32] [Video]. YouTube. 6. The Language & Life Project. (2020, June 2). What is Black American Sign Language? [1:39] [Video]. YouTube. A. Visit the web page for the Canadian Cultural Society for the Deaf B. Protecting and Interpreting Deaf Culture | Glenna Cooper | (2017) [16:22],

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