June 19th, 2012 at 03:49pm Joey Baer
As a NAD member, I am throwing my support for Sheri Farinha to be our next NAD president!
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Richard Denny | June 29th, 2012 at 8:03 pm
yes that right. reason is why our deaf education is very important in our future because we noticed more and more access to any communcation in general. that what we try to affect to make better learn in our future. one important is EDUCATION!!!
That why I support Sherri Farinha for NAD president!!!
Richard Denny-NORTH CAROLINA
VERNAPRUCHNIEWSKI | June 30th, 2012 at 9:26 am
I WANT TO SEE WAT THRILL SO I LIKE WATCH JOE’S ASL VOLG I HOPE GOOD ASL ACT THANKYOU VERNA
Kevin Smock | June 30th, 2012 at 2:09 pm
I just don’t know a person about her either I always work all of time yeah af ksd my life I just got e-mail open story of nad
Bridget Connolly Taylor | July 1st, 2012 at 4:57 pm
Thanks for sharing this information with us, the viewers. Due to my schedule conflict, I am wondering if someone else (as a responsible member) in the NAD convention who can collect the votes in emailing for select the person to become the president of NAD?
Peggy Dell | July 6th, 2012 at 11:39 am
I am from old school days, and had a big frustration for being deaf.I didn’t graduate. Anyway,I went back to school at age 50, entering the Community college in Denver, and got my degree in 9 mos, mostly thankful for the interpreters. I earnestly hope that the majority of deaf of nowdays will have better life and entitled to an equal opportunity like the hearing ones. I detest this “damnest word” that we deaf must learn to adjust to the “hearing world”, and live it.This planet isn’t owned or run by the hearing. It’s only a LOAN. WE ALL NEED TO KNOW AND LEARN 4 ESSENTIALS..THEY ARE WISDOM, KNOWLEDGE, PATIENCE, AND SPIRITUAL.
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