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Deaf World Lecture Series Strengthens Boston’s Academic Communities

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Join Boston University’s Wheelock College of Education & Human Development and Northeastern’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities for their Deaf World Lecture Series this Fall. Our community has been working to increase accessibility at NU and this joint lecture series is the newest collaboration that is forging stronger relationships across campuses. 

The first event is coming up this week, Friday October 9th, at 7:00pm, “Committing to an Equity and Inclusion Lens in Our Work” with Kyle Amber Clark, the newly appointed Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer for The Learning Center for the Deaf.

The second event will be on Friday November 2, 2020 at 7pm. The Lecture Series will be hosting Dr. Octavian Robinson, a Faculty member at Gallaudet University. His talk is titled “The Right to Be Deaf.”

Attend either or both events so that we can continue to build our community as we go into a social distanced fall! For those of you interested in more ASL material, all of our Racial Literacy Pop Ups have ASL interpretations – and be sure to check out the great strides Northeastern’s American Sign Language Program is making!

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