Examining The Role of White Privilege in Interpreting Field

July 16, 2021 Yesterday, I published another crowdsourced list with white (hearing and deaf) interpreters’ immense assistance to craft the role of white privilege in the interpreting profession list on several social media platforms. Because often their white privilege has gone unchecked that brings issues for everyone involved.

The Power of White Gaze: ASL Version

Due to the popularity of my published article, The Power of the White Gaze: Erasure of Black Signers. So many Deaf people have making a request for my article to be translated into ASL for accessibility. I’ve asked three amazing Black signers to do their rendition for my lengthly article.

Alumni Spotlight

“When I started writing, I discovered I was doing more than just telling a story. Writing is a weapon, and it’s more powerful than a fist will ever be.” – Rubin “The Hurricane” Carter


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Black Deaf. Cultural critic. Black Lives Matter

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RIT Alumni ’19 | University of New Mexico Graduate Student

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