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#093 MARCH 1996
“We are not a quiet agency”: Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services of Seattle celebrates its 10th anniversary
It’s challenging. It’s fun. It’s rewarding. It’s . . . science! (AESOP Project), by Harry G. Lang and John Albertini
HPO: What are some of the difficulties faced by Deaf people in mainstreamed support groups?
Beyond the Envelope: Adjust your TV set
A Few More Words: Taking the easy way out-and paying a heavy price, by Paulette R. Caswell
Readers’ Responses: Are Gallaudet and NTID doing a good job of teaching English to Deaf students?
Faxview: Are you satisfied with your mainstream education/experience?
“We’re trying to preserve the options” (Deaf Child’s Bill of Rights approved by Colorado House Education Committee)
Junius Wilson case: updates
Captionwatch: The People versus Chicago Tribune, by Lowell Myers
Poem: “Solitude,” by Seyed M. Ahari
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