TBC News

TBC News

TBC News

Archived newsletters, The TBC News, from The Bicultural Center circa 1988-1993. The topics in these newsletters offer historical perspective and continue to be relevant almost 30 years later.

Click on VIEW to access any newsletter as a pdf in a new page.

When using the website's Search feature at the bottom of the page, entering a word or phrase will identify which newsletter(s) contain the word or phrase (if any). The listed newsletters contain the results. Click VIEW on the newsletter which opens it in a new window. Then use the Adobe Reader search function to find the word or phrase within the newsletter.

For simple instructions on using the Adobe Reader Search feature, view this article: How to Search within a PDF


The Real Meaning of "Hearing-Impaired" by Angela Stratiy

Mislabeling Our Deaf Students by Andrea Alpern Feldman

Well, What Do You Think? from the CODE Newsletter

Deaf Culture in the Land of Smiles by Kampol Suwanarat

American Deaf Culture reviewed by Holly Roth

Interpreting: the Personal, Professional, and Social Contexts by Dr. Patricia Peery

Justice Through an Interpreter by Carla Mathers

Deaf Education and the Struggle for Public Life by Judith Treesburg

 From the Mailbox

Our Blood by Judith Treesburg

Speaking Out for Deaf Childhood Rights by Diane Lux

Read My Lips by Wilbur J Ruge

Gallaudet Students Awarded $1,000

American Sign Language Campaign interview of Kathy Say by MJ Bienvenu

Dad by Robin Ruge

What Does TBC Stand For? by Holly Roth

In the Spirit of Bilingualism by Carl N Schroeder

TBC TV: Playing by Eye by Judith Treesburg

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Deaf Foundations: Ally Donations

The Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series is available tailored to Deaf Interpreters.

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Filming Foundations

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