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The Center for Black Deaf Studies (CBDS) operates as an outreach center for teaching and learning about the Black Deaf experience.
Gallaudet’s State of the University (SOTU) is the President’s platform to update the community on the latest progress of the University.
Discover the centuries of cultural influences & milestones that comprise Gallaudet University's rich history and traditions.
Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) is a tuition-free demonstration high school open to deaf and hard of hearing students nationwide.
The signing ecosystem highlights the Deaf Ecosystem & allies working toward collective empowerment & becoming more self-reliant.
Gallaudet is a hotspot for local writers, dancers, artists & actors. Find your opportunities to participate in Art and Culture
Gallaudet University takes great pride in honoring the legacy, courage, and vision of Louise B. Miller. Her actions in the lawsuit Miller v. D.C. Board of Education trailblazed a path for educational justice, setting the precedent for Brown v. Board of Education.
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