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Striving for equal footing: “Social Justice Sneakers” art on display at D.C.’s Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

Last semester, students in the GSR 240: Ethical Evaluations and Action class, taught by Art Professor Amy Stevens, created an exhibit, "Social Justice Sneakers: Walk in Someone Else's Shoes," using themes focusing on civil rights.


D.C. Library to host presentation by Dean Agboola along with Gallaudet student art exhibit

The presentation and art exhibit are part of the library's Martin Luther King Week celebration.


VL2 Releases Second Bilingual Storybook App for iPad

The Boy Who Cried Wolf app helps deaf children learn ASL and English


Manuscripts – The Kelly H. Stevens Collection, 1893-1991

A Manuscript of resources from the Kelly H. Stevens Collection given to Gallaudet University's Deaf Archives.


Through Unity, We Find Strength Part III

The third installment in the Unity Creates Strength series follows the volunteers distributing donations and visiting a deaf church congregation.

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