Happy National Deaf LGBTQ Awareness Week! 51 years ago, LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, and Queer) communities could not live as openly as they do today without fear of harassment. Back then, members of these communities had a few places such as bars where they could socialize and feel safe. However, these establishments were subjected to frequent harassment by police. But thanks to the fearless bravery of Black (and white), trans and bisexual womxn, many more LGBTQ+ community members can now show the world that they’re proud to be who they are!
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This month marks the 20th anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), first nationally recognized in 2001.
Mozzeria CEO Ryan Maliszewski will join eleven other change-makers from a variety of backgrounds to share their personal experiences, knowledge, and dreams for how to build a more equal future for all people.
Gridcheck, the full-featured scheduling tool designed for organizations to more efficiently monitor and manage the schedules of multiple accessibility service providers, joins Vineya, a scheduling platform designed to empower Deaf customers by prioritizing their communication preferences, bringing accessibility providers and Deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers closer together than ever before.
Celebrating Women’s History Month by learning about six Deaf women who’ve achieved big firsts for our community and the world!
Black Deaf people exist all across the globe. Unearth the rich diversity of Black Deaf across the diaspora people by watching their stories.
What does it mean to be Black Deaf? Learn about the intersecting cultural, linguistic, experiential, and physical aspects of Black Deaf identities.
Family is an important aspect of Black storytelling. Discover some of our favorite stories and storytellers in this blog.
Too often Black Deaf stories are overlooked. Check out these stories from Black Deaf creators and gain better insight into the life and experiences of Black Deaf Families.