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Celebrate Deaf People: In history and today

Learn about and celebrate deaf people and their achievements, both throughout history and also today. Focuses on Americans.
Logo for DeafPeople.com. Below the website name is its slogan, "Deaf achievers, leaders & mentors--past and present."

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Learn about and celebrate deaf people and their achievements. The website includes not only deaf people from history but also deaf people today. Additionally, it honors hearing people who have improved the quality of life in the Deaf community. The website is U.S.-based, therefore it mostly celebrates deaf Americans.

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