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The author explains the history of the Deaf social movement in U.S. society and how the movement expressed its ideas and empowered itself.
Cover of a book entitled Deaf Empowerment: Emergence, Struggle, and Rhetoric

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Deaf Empowerment: Emergence, Struggle, and Rhetoric

Hearing society and schools have often asked Deaf people to speak. Meanwhile, the Deaf community has fought for society to recognize signed languages. The author explains the history of the Deaf social movement in U.S. society. She also explains how the Deaf social movement expressed its ideas and empowered itself.

Author Katherine Jankowski wrote the book, Deaf Empowerment: Emergence, Struggle, and Rhetoric. It published in 2013 at Gallaudet University Press.

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