A certified interpreter since 2005, Renee Fraze has done freelance work with organizations, is connecting the local deaf community by launching a ministry at her church. Read more about Fraze advocating Deaf community at Brownwood, Texas.
For Disability Awareness Month, Big Country of Abilene, Texas published an article and video of Katherine Ballard talking about how deafness is not viewed as a disabiity.
The Baytown Sun published an article about Billy Haynes, a deaf student at Robert Lee High School (Baytown, Texas), playing defensive lineman on the school's football team. To read more about Mr. Haynes, you will need to have/purchase a subscription to The Baytown Sun.
Thirty-two videos have been translated so far. The goal is to complete 1,000 videos by fall 2019.
The hope is to launch a movement and inspire others to start creating sign language academic videos to open source education for the deaf.
Read the full story at The Exponent.
The app BW Dance, which creates visualizations and vibrations for the deaf or hard of hearing (HOH) to help them feel the music. According to the iTunes store description, the app turns music into visual equalizer, vibration signals, and flashing lights.
Find out more at The American Genius.