Deaf in DC Politics

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Two of DC’s first Deaf neighborhood commissioners, Matthew Sampson representing Dupont Circle and Robb Dooling representing NoMa, had a whirlwind first half of 2019.  In Dupont Circle, Sampson supported the creation of more housing near the Masonic Temple on 16th St NW and a future bike lane from Dupont circle to the national mall via […]

Portrait of Janie Golighty, fingerspelling "H"

Other DC News

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Deaf Printers at the Washington Post (featuring our advisor, Janie Golighty!) The Daily Moth on the new location of Mozzeria in NoMa, on the 13th block of H Street NE! Expected Spring 2020. A San Francisco Pizzeria Coming to H Street Will Generate Jobs for Deaf Workers

Governor Hogan Announces New Tablet Program for Low-Income Marylanders with Disabilities

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Proclaims September 11 – 17 “Telecommunications for All Week” in Maryland ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today announced that Maryland Relay, a public service provided by the state to assist people who are unable to use a standard telephone to make and receive calls, is now accepting applications for no-cost tablets through the Maryland […]