Before Sign Language interpreters were considered professionals worthy of pay, before the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf was founded or a code of ethics was written, interpreters came from the community—hearing people raised in signing families, teachers of the … Continue reading
Daily Archives: May 1, 2017
SignTalk Foundation presents Lauren Ridloff with Outstanding Achievement Award
SignTalk Interpreter Jon Wolfe Nelson interviewed by CNN's New Day regarding the Mandela Memorial Controversy.
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