Explore the Silent World of Deaf America

Summarized by by Hailey Scragg, staff writer

With ASL making more appearances in everyday life, there are more and more benefits to learning it. For example, you gain the ability to communicate with around half a million Americans that primarily use ASL. Even learning everyday words like “hello” can show an interest in breaking a barrier. Learning ASL also qualifies you as bilingual, which is good for a resume. There are even free resources to get started learning ASL right now, listed in the link to the full article below. Getting to know a little about ASL can lead to a full culture immersion of people you could be around everyday.

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