This resource, created by HEARD advocates, serves as a guide for community organizers/educators on how to build virtual learning communities that are grounded in the principles of disability justice and language justice because the revolution must be accessible!
A law review article that describes why simply providing a sign language interpreter will not be an adequate remedy for deaf/disabled defendants. “This article looks at the intertwined issues of deafness, language, interpretation, and their cumulative effect on deaf people’s ability to meaningfully participate in the justice system.”
This document, developed by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, is intended to provide education regarding professional practice in legal interpreting. This resource may be beneficial to lawyers, advocates, legal workers, and professionals when advocating for communication access for their deaf/disabled clients.