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Does "herstory" speak for the deaf community? Deaf American Monographs 47
Does "herstory" speak for the deaf community? Deaf American Monographs 47
Who speaks for Hispanic deaf Americans? The Latino-Deaf: a new beginning Deaf American Monographs 47
Texan contributions to deaf America Deaf American Monographs 47
Anyone can speak, butÂ… Deaf American Monographs 47
One voice Deaf American Monographs 47
Jumping out of the envelope: Who speaks for the deaf community? Deaf American Monographs 47
Rehabilitation and community services: For individuals who are deaf developmenta Deaf American Monographs 47
Represented body and embodied representation: Spokespersonship and the Deaf American Monographs 47
Illusion of freedom Deaf American Monographs 47
Look who is talking Deaf American Monographs 47
Ask not who speaks for the deaf community, but with whom should we speak Deaf American Monographs 47
Who speaks for me? Deaf American Monographs 47
Traditions: Hispanic, American, deaf culture: Which takes precedence, Deaf American Monographs 47
Classic case--Unification of a deaf community in Illinois, A Deaf American Monographs 47
Thou shall speak for, with, by, and of Deaf American Monographs 47
Community speaks for itself, The Deaf American Monographs 47
From the ground up Deaf American Monographs 47
Can I speak now? Deaf American Monographs 47
Economic, social, and political empowerment of the deaf community, The Deaf American Monographs 47
Does "herstory" speak for the deaf community? Deaf American Monographs 47