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Deaf Awareness, Deaf Ministry

Explains Deaf awareness and what "hearing privilege" is. Also provides examples of Deaf empowerment in U.S. church communities.
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Explains Deaf awareness and what “hearing privilege” is. Also provides examples of Deaf empowerment in U.S. church communities. And shares suggestions for other ways to raise Deaf awareness or to establish a Deaf ministry. Also links to various resources that U.S. churches can use to raise awareness.

Reverend Leo Yates, Junior, wrote this blog post in 2017.

The web page is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, but with some difficulty. Forms and links do not use alternative tags to tell screen reading software what they are.


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