Tuesday, November 6, 2012 marks not only an election of the next United States President but also Senators and Representatives and many other political offices at the Federal and State levels. Politicians everywhere want our votes and each group that has a large number of votes can push for important legal and political issues. Ask… Read more »
¡The NAD en Español!
The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) is thrilled to announce that its website has information in Spanish! Go to www.nad.org, and you will see an orange tab “En Español” at the top right. The NAD recognizes the importance of need to provide our information in Spanish to better promote and protect the civil, human… Read more »
Communication Specialist Jazzy Jones gives a heads up about Wednesday, March 8th. #daywithoutawoman
Do you remember these? The NAD is celebrating #GIVINGTUESDAY by going back time, via fold and play style!
#NAD2014 Candidates Announced
The NAD Elections Committee is thrilled to announce the candidates for the upcoming election that will take place during #NAD2014. Available positions are President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Region I Representative, Region II Representative, Region III Representative, and Region IV Representative. Learn who the candidates are: www.nad.org/2014atlanta/candidates.
#NAD2014 Conference Theme In ASL!
Note: video description and transcript can be found below]. Why is the NAD’s Conference theme in ASL? What do the three signs mean? Learn all about it in this short video with MJ Bienvenu! #NAD2014 Video description and transcript: Video begins with the NAD Conference Theme in American Sign Language (ASL). Video dissolves to white… Read more »
#NAD2016 Community Forum Recap
Why are conversations across communities important? Watch this summary video of #NAD2016 Community Forum that happened in Phoenix, sponsored by Convo Relay and hosted by Lauren Ridloff and Lynnette Taylor.
#NAD2018 ASL Theme
As we continue to plan and organize events for the next Biennial NAD Conference this summer in Hartford, Connecticut — we’d like to share our theme! The ASL talent is Laurent Clerc himself signing EDUCATE / PASS-IT-ON / SHARE; iIllustration done by Yiqiao Wang with story concept decided by the NAD Board.
#NAD2018 Call for Workshops
We want you to share what you know, experienced, want, or discovered at the next Biennial NAD Conference this July in Hartford, Connecticut! #NAD2018 Submit your workshop interest!
Net neutrality has become a hot topic across the country this past week. What does it mean for the deaf and hard of hearing community? In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set up rules to require net neutrality. These rules require all internet service providers (ISPs) to treat equally everything you do on the… Read more »