Hungary achieves unique rights for the Deaf.

On July 3, 2020, all members of the Hungarian parliament voted to adopt changes to the current law regarding sign language for deaf Hungarians. This is a huge milestone in the 110+ years fight for change – an achievement secured through negotiations, pressure, and lobbying by the Hungarian Association of the Deaf and HoH.

Jesada Pua, ASL expert

Ask a Deafie: Clear Masks

A discussion about transparent medical masks which are friendly for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing has been trending in the mainstream media lately. While the reasons are self-evident for the Deaf community, my hearing friends keep asking me, “Why is that a big deal?” The majority of articles do not offer such arguments, so I want…

Infographic with diagram and names of schools that have registered

SignAll Learn Online shows impressive results

The first three days brought more than 200 users to SignAll Learn Online – an ASL video library, which was launched in response to the increase in remote schooling. So much interest proves there is a high demand for relevant and reliable online teaching tools. ASL teachers are particularly encouraged to register: the content is…