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Deaf President Now!

This fascinating book details the civil rights movement of the deaf": the Deaf President Now! protest in March 1988 over the appointment of another hearing president.

Deaf President Now!

This fascinating book details the civil rights movement of the deaf": the Deaf President Now! protest in March 1988 over the appointment of another hearing president.

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The 1988 Revolution at Gallaudet University

This fascinating book details the civil rights movement of the deaf": the Deaf President Now! protest in March 1988 over the appointment of another hearing president. Deaf President Now! tells the full story of the insurrection at Gallaudet University, an exciting study of how deaf people won social change for themselves and were triumphant in the appointment of the first Deaf president in Gallaudet's 124-year history. A serious study that explores the remarkable success of a social revolution in the wake of so many others that failed, this book captures all of the intrigue and mystery of a political thriller. [John B. Christiansen & Sharon N. Barnartt; (1995) 240 pages; soft cover]

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