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Deaf Culture

In her article, Paula Kluth takes care to distinguish between the deaf, Deaf, and hard of hearing communities. Both medical and cultural views on the different groups are discussed.
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Paula Kluth
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Social Justice Domain
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Gawking, Gaping, Staring

In this personal narrative, Clare explores multiple facets of the self and questions why gender is still discussed as a binary. She acknowledges the tortured lives that many have lived as a result of their gender ambiguity and declares that all those who "gawk," "gape," and "stare" at those who are different never get it right.
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Eli Clare
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Sometimes

Toby and Clemmie love each other very much. Sometimes Clemmie has to go to the hospital though, and it can be scary. Luckily, Toby and Clemmie know how to make the best out of every situation—even ones that involve a trip to the hospital.
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Rebecca Elliott
Grade Level
K-2
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Social Justice Domain
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Disability Etiquette

In this article, Disability Rights and Resources outlines appropriate behavior, conversational cues, and common courtesies to internalize and enact when spending time with a person with a disability.
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Disability Rights and Resources
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