Contents My Deaflympics Experience COVID-19 and Xenophobia February: Black History Month — Galveston and Juneteenth March: Women’s History Month My Deaflympics Experience by Hannah Wheatcroft, Lead Teacher, Rosen Family Preschool Click the video above for an ASL translation of this article. I want to share a story about my

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[image description: Bart Williams and Trevor Ennis smiling for a picture in front of a beige wall. Bart is on the left: tall, dark-skinned, masculine-presenting with close-cropped hair, a dark beard, white shirt, and blue vest. On the right is Trevor: light-skinned and masculine-presenting with short brown hair, a grey suit, and a light blue…

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