Language of the deaf

United States, 1967

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Explores the many ways in which deaf people enjoy all facets of life-from rock concerts to playing football - and deals with the social implications of being deaf. Highlighted is the role of Gallaudet College in Washington D.C., the only institution of higher learning in the world for the deaf.

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