Deaf Creators You Should Follow

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Celebrate Deaf Awareness Month with Inspirational Deaf Creators

The deaf community is filled with people who inspire us to be and do more. Social media has made it easier for us to find and connect with the creators we love.

We asked you answered. Last week we wanted to know your favorite deaf Instagram and TikTok accounts. Below is what you told us.

The opinions and beliefs expressed by the groups and individuals listed below are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Communication Service for the Deaf.  Please note, not all accounts are appropriate for all ages.

Inspiring Deaf Instagrammers

Paws of 512

@PawsOf512

Rebecca is a professional pet care provider that shares fun stories about her family, and helpful pet tips.

Jola Adventures

@JolaVentures

Deaf couple, Lauren and John Mowl created a joint account to showcase their amazing artwork!

Amelia K Hamilton

@AmeliaKHamilton

Amelia is a visual storyteller that uses her platform to share precious moments in people’s lives.

Tate Photo

@TatePhoto

Tate is a deaf artist from ATX. His edgy photos show the beauty of the human form.

Today I Awaken

@TodayIAwaken

This self-proclaimed “Boss of Mornings” gives daily lessons in gratitude and self-care.

Series of Light

@SeriesOfLight

Cat is a professional photographer that uses her lens to tell stories with a unique perspective.

Cheyenna Clearbrook

@CheyennaClearbrook

Cheyenna is a fashion, lifestyle, and beauty influence based in the Pacific Northwest.

Bee Earthy

@Bee_Earthy

Jennifer shares tips and resources on eco-friendly living and plant-based eating.

Deaf Memes

@DeafMemes.Exe

Follow this account for hilarious deaf-centric memes – that often cite academic sources.

HEARD

@BeHEARDDC

This volunteer-based org. works to end violence against & incarceration of deaf/disabled people.

Motion Light Lab

@MotionLightLab

Follow this #DeafEd account for kid-friendly videos, activities, and interactive quizzes.

Astro Woke

@Astro_Woke

Are you into Astrology? Follow this account to get your daily dose of astrology in ASL!

If You Were A Child

@IfYouWereAChild

This visual storyteller chases genuine moments of human life. They’re sure to bring you joy! 

On The Briiink

@OnTheBriiink

Bri uses her photography to showcase her unapologetically deaf lifestyle.

Jeremy Lee Stone

@Jeremy.Lee.Stone

Follow artist and instructor, Jeremy Lee Stone, for epic ASL performances and lessons.

ASL At Home

@ASL.At.Home

Find an innovative family-centered curriculum designed for families with young deaf children.

Language First

@Language1st

Language First is raising awareness about the effects of late, or incomplete L1 acquisition.

Claudia L. Gordon

@Cascade4Ever

Claudia L. Gordon is an inclusion and equity champion. Not following her yet? Start today!

STEM Sign

@STEMSign

Whether you’re an educator, parent, student or just curious – follow this account for STEM signs!

Ewitty ASL

@Ewitty.ASL

Follow this CODA Doctor for comedy videos, music translations, mental health conversations, and more.

Adventures in Deaf Ed

@AdventuresInDeafEd

Dr. Sara Miller raises awareness about deafness and deaf culture through her posts.

Inspiring Deaf TikTokers

Wawa

@DipHopWawa1

Wawa is a deaf musician and actor whose latest songs feature viral dance challenges.

That Deaf TikTokker

@ThatDeafTikTokker

This mother and teacher educates others about the deaf community using humor.

Raven Sutton

@BlueJay19xx

Raven is an amazing dancer and performer known for her epic ASL song translations.

Giovanni

@Gio..24

Giovanni is a deaf comedian whose videos showcase deaf culture. Be prepared to laugh out loud!

Sheena Lyles

@QueenBish

Sheena makes funny and relatable videos that touch on issues within the deaf community.

That Deaf House

@ThatDeafHouse

This group of deaf adults is showing the world anyone can sing, dance… pretty much do anything

Happy Deaf Awareness Month!

Is there a Deaf creator that inspires you who isn’t on this list? 

Message us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, or tag @ThisisCSD while using the hashtag #DeafInspiring.

We look forward to learning more from you.

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