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TBC News September 1991"Membership organizations, such as the American Medical Association or the American Bar Association, do not certify the competencies of the membership that supports it financially, because this would pose serious conflict of interest issues.

We have not examined the ethical implications of certifying our own membership within RID. It benefits RID financially to certify as many members as possible- since certified members pay the highest dues- yet it may not be in the best interest of consumers and the profession as a whole."

click on the image to read the rest of the article: The Backward March of RID

TBC Co-director Betty M. Colonomos

TBC Co-director MJ Bienvenu

TBC News

TBC News

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

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The Death of Carl Dupree by Judith Treesberg

The Invisible Cross by Mabel Bell

  Sat-12-1990

Is Mainstreaming Equivalent to Cultural Genocide?
One Interpreter's Perspective by Jackie Ayton

Cued Speech: A Personal Experience by Mackenzie Musick 

  Fri-03-2019

Deaf Children's Acquisition of Sign Language as a First Language: Swedish Views 

by Shawn Davies

From the Editor: Free at Last by Judith Treesberg

  Fri-03-2019

Who Made That Policy? by Clayton Valli

Artist in Residence by Clayton Valli

The Austine Letters letters in the mailbox

  Fri-03-1991

Perspectives on the Word 'Deafness' by MJ Bienvenu

Handing Down Our Culture by Paddy Ladd

  Fri-03-2019

Special Focus: Cochlear Madness by Judith Treesberg

A Tribute to Frankie Murphy by Evon Black

  Fri-03-2019

Deaf Interpreter Scholarship Fund

The Deaf Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series is offered for Deaf Interpreters. This specialized series is for Deaf Interpreters only. Additional seminars conducted in ASL are designed to ensure that Deaf Interpreters have opportunities and choice of high quality professional development.

Donations from the larger interpreting community and other supporters allow BMC to provide these seminars to our Deaf Interpreter colleagues at lower cost.

Click here to contribute to the Deaf Interpreter Scholarship Fund.

Foundations of Interpreting


The Foundations of Interpreting Seminar Series provides insights into The Integrated Model of Interpreting and the processes we engage in while interpreting. Click here for more information on the series as well as a schedule of current seminars being offered.

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