DEAFBLIND AWARENESS FAIR POSTER
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Top of poster (more than half the page) is black and white photo of Eddy and Pier Morten signing tactile ASL – sitting down facing each other – in the Old Navy Room at Metrotown Mall.
Red text at bottom left corner of photo says: “Brothers, Eddie and Pier Morten, chatting at the weekly Deaf-Blind social event.”
Bottom half is white background, with text (mostly black):
The Greater Vancouver Association of the Deaf Deaf-Blind Planning Committee is proud to host the DEAFBLIND AWARENESS FAIR (red text)
Monday, June 13, 2016 * 1-4:30pm * Free
Roundhouse Turntable Plaza
On Davie St at Pacific Blvd
Displays and information booths for the public.
Agencies, groups, schools, and individuals welcome to attend.
Booth registration forms are available * Contact email@example.com”
At the BOTTOM of the white background are three logos:
On left – National DeafBlind Awareness Month logo and next to it – text “Please visit www.dbco.ca for the calendar of events for DEAFBLIND AWARENESS MONTH to learn what is happening in your community.”
Roundhouse logo in black and red is in centre and GVAD logo in colour on right.
WBP is pleased to partner with BC Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf (BCRAD) and Queer ASL to provide a workshop:
Understanding the Deaf LGBTQ Community – Becoming an Ally!
Description: This workshop will aim for participants greater understanding about the Deaf LGBTQ community with topics such as:
learning about queer and transgender identities
queer vocabulary – their signs and what they mean
understanding when you can use or not use vocabulary
creating safer spaces for LGBTQ in the Deaf community
where to access queer services
There will be opportunities for interactive and open discussions and to get your questions answered in a safe environment in the workshop.
Who? Zoée Modntpetit and Amar Mangat
Date: Wednesday June 22, 2016
Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm.
Where: Room N2214, Douglas College, 700 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC
Deaf Well-Being Program Event Listing link: http://deafwellbeing.vch.ca/event/understanding-deaf-lgbtq-community-becoming-ally/
AVLIC has been working towards reviewing the CES. A couple of years ago during AVLIC’s conference in Winnipeg, members developed a motion to establish a task force, to outline the process for the review. The task force reviewed statistical data, conducted a survey and has made their recommendations. As such, CES is currently beginning the process of reviewing the CES. The first step of this process is the Test of Interpretation (TOI), rating revision.
I wanted to reach out to you to provide you with the opportunity to review the Request for Proposal attached.
May you be interested in submitting a proposal or know someone who may be interested in investigating and developing a rating process for the TOI, please be in touch with myself, Debbie Parliament, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Douglas College Interpreting students are hosting a Community Appreciation picnic at Queens Park in NW on Thursday May 26th from 4-7pm at Pavillion #1, same place as the IDSL picnic in summer. We would like to thank the Deaf community for all your support and patience over the course of our studies! We will be proving food and drinks.
Please come or perhaps ask for our next coming workshop with the following email:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or like on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CascadiaDeafNation/
We are aiming empowerment vehicle of Deaf People of Colour and their allies in the Cascadia bioregion covering Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia
Our mission is to to empower Deaf People of Colour and their allies to become conscious stewarding warriors through activism, compassion, cultural humility, and nonviolent communication in the sense of community transforming the meaning of justice in thriving spaces together.
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3RD DEAFHOOD GATHERING HOSTING EVENT PRESENTS:
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Salsa, Soul, and Spirit
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A LIVELY DISCUSSION PROVOKING YOUR HEART, MIND AND SOUL
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WHO CAN COME?:THOSE WHO HAVE TAKEN DEAFHOOD 101 and 201
VENUE: LAIRMOUNT MANOR
WHERE?: 405 FIELDSTON RD, BELLINGHAM, WA
DATE: 11TH JUNE 2016
TIME: 1 PM- 4 PM
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Co- faciliators: Ashanti Monts-Tréviska and Gareth Lindskoog
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Questions? Contact Ashanti at email@example.com or Gareth at firstname.lastname@example.org