Monthly Archives: May 2017

The becoming of the Deaf community: Three Deaf Indigenous Magicians

The deaf community in Saskatchewan is always having to defend the legitimacy of their language and culture.  The continual emphasis upon having to justify our existence over and over again,  to repeatedly plead with governments for recognition, support and resources, and to attend meetings which are largely populated by hearing people and include very few […]

It is better for you that I go away

Today, I’ve spend seven hours on writing my doctoral comp finals.  After a nap, I’m ready to go back to the three screens I have open and the stack of books on my table.  But before I do, I want to comment about the Deaf Crows who went up to Saskatoon and set up a table […]