Deaf Way II: An International Celebration
Harvey Goodstein, Laura Brown
Gallaudet University Press, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 175 pages
Of the nearly 9700 people who attended Deaf Way II, more than 3000 came from different nations around the world, confirming this second festival of deaf achievement as an bona fide international event. These participants guaranteed the success of an important mandate in the mission of Deaf Way II - to encourage cross-cultural and cross-continent exchanges on language, culture, history, and art of deaf and hard of hearing people. 'Deaf Way II - An international celebration' ensures that this remarkable event will live forever through a lasting photographic record of the dynamics of this many-faceted festival.
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