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ASL Yoga in NoMa

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ASL Yoga is offering every Saturday class at 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm. Barbara Eger-Klatt teaches ASL Yoga for everyone. It is a quiet and fun class! She is Deaf and an experienced Yoga Instructor. The address is 1200 First St NE, Washington, DC 20002. It is important you register online first before participating in […]

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WaPo: She proved them wrong: A deaf couple is opening a pizzeria in D.C. with all deaf employees

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From Washington Post (Article Link), by Hannah Natanson Melody Stein grew up in restaurants. Not only did her parents own and operate a Chinese eatery in San Francisco, but the family — all of them foodies — also constantly went out to eat. Stein still remembers the excitement of sampling Japanese, Vietnamese and French food for the […]

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Get Involved in DCAD

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DCAD has formed several new committees including members of the 2019-2021 board and/or other volunteers. Please contact dcadorg@gmail.com or Direct Messaging via Facebook if interested in joining! – Open Captioning Committee – Office on Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Committee– Roundtable on Shaping the Future of Deaf People in Greater DC– ASL Trivia DC Organizing Committee– Website and DCAD membership committee […]

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 […]