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A Different Way To Hear

A Different Way To Hear

In this exhibit in the William J. Marra Museum, a short video presentation of Deaf History and Deaf Culture explores the Deaf worldview. Being Deaf means living in a visual world, a world where sight takes precedence and the norm is communication through a visual language rather than a spoken language.

A Different Way to Hear takes you on a journey through Deaf history and Deaf culture, offering answers as to why and how the Deaf flourish. The long and rich history of the Deaf community is explored through this memorable video.

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