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American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 2, Exploring Borderlands
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produced by Lori Gomez, fl. 1996, Oregon Public Broadcasting, in American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 2 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2003), 28 mins

Chicana writer Gloria Anzaldúa tells us that the border is "una herida abierta [an open wound] where... the lifeblood of two worlds is merging to form a third country — a border culture." This program explores the literature of the Chicano borderlands and its beginnings in the literature of Spanish colonizatio...

produced by Lori Gomez, fl. 1996, Oregon Public Broadcasting, in American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 2 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2003), 28 mins
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American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 4, Spirit of Nationalism
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produced by Lori Gomez, fl. 1996, Oregon Public Broadcasting, in American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 4 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2003), 28 mins

The Enlightenment brought new ideals and a new notion of selfhood to the American colonies. This program begins with an examination of the importance of the trope of the self-made man in Benjamin Franklin's autobiography, and then turns to the development of this concept in the writings of Romanticist Ralph Waldo...

produced by Lori Gomez, fl. 1996, Oregon Public Broadcasting, in American Passages: A Literary Survey, Episode 4 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2003), 28 mins
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Guidelines for Multilingual Deaf Education Teacher Preparation Programs
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written by Jessica Scott, fl. 2021, Jonathan Henner, fl. 2021, Marlon Kuntze, fl. 2021, Debbie Golos, fl. 2021 and Christopher A. N. Kurz, fl. 2008, in Multilingual Deaf Education: Teacher Training, Research, and Pedagogy, Vol. 1 (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2021, originally published 2021), 46 page(s)

This publication aims to support the effort to create transformative changes within Deaf education teacher training programs in the United States and Canada. It is a critical time to reexamine these programs and ensure the provision of the highest quality education to prepare future teachers to meet the needs of D...

written by Jessica Scott, fl. 2021, Jonathan Henner, fl. 2021, Marlon Kuntze, fl. 2021, Debbie Golos, fl. 2021 and Christopher A. N. Kurz, fl. 2008, in Multilingual Deaf Education: Teacher Training, Research, and Pedagogy, Vol. 1 (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2021, originally published 2021), 46 page(s)
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PBS NewsHour, Summer Reading Lists For Young People At A Time Of Crisis
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 5 mins
Amid dual national crises of a pandemic and outrage over racism and police brutality, books provide opportunities both to learn more and to find distraction from reality. Jeffrey Brown talks to writer Jason Reynolds, the Library of Congress’ ambassador for young people’s literature, about summer reading lists...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 5 mins
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PBS NewsHour, Tayari Jones Answers Your Questions About ‘The Street’
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 14 mins
Author Tayari Jones wrote the introduction to a new edition of Ann Petry's 1946 novel "The Street," our May pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This. Jones joins Jeffrey Brown to answer reader questions about the "The Street," and Jeff announces the June book selection.
produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2020), 14 mins
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PBS NewsHour, New Novel Imagines How Memories Can Be Accessed And Reviewed By Ourselves And Others
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2022), 6 mins
Imagine a beautiful cube in which you can store all your memories, allowing access to them whenever you want. But there is a tradeoff. Others can access it, or, in a sense, you. Jennifer Egan has dreamed up this nonexistent technology in her new novel, "The Candy House." Jeffrey Brown talks to the Pulitzer Prize-w...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service; interview by Jeffrey Brown, 1956-, in PBS NewsHour (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2022), 6 mins
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Speechreading: A Way to Improve Understanding
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written by Carol Garretson, Scott J. Bally, fl. 2009 and Harriet Kaplan, 1934- (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2009, originally published 1985), 163 page(s)

Speechreading: A Way to Improve Understanding discusses the nature and process of speechreading, its benefits, and its limitations. This useful book clarifies commonly-held misconceptions about speechreading. The beginning chapters address difficult communication situations and problems related to the speaker, the...

written by Carol Garretson, Scott J. Bally, fl. 2009 and Harriet Kaplan, 1934- (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2009, originally published 1985), 163 page(s)
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Turn on the Words!  Deaf Audiences, Captions, and the Long Struggle for Access
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written by Harry G. Lang, 1947-, Jason Stark, fl. 2021 and Ernest E. Hairston, Jr., fl. 2021; photographed by Sally Taylor, fl. 2007, Andrew Kirkpatrick, fl. 2021, David H. Pierce, fl. 2021, Doin Hicks, fl. 2021, Ernest E. Hairston, Jr., fl. 2021, Len Novick, fl. 2021, George Potanovic, Jr., fl. 2021, Toni Atencio, fl. 2021, Carol Finkle, fl. 2021 and Bill Stark, fl. 2006, Brighton and Hove Museums. The Royal Pavilion Libraries and Museum Collections, Described and Captioned Media Project, United States. Library of Congress, Rochester Institute of Technology and Gallaudet University Library. Deaf Collections and Archives (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2021, originally published 2021), 340 page(s)

The story of how captioning came into the lives of deaf and hard of hearing people has not been told with any detail, though captions are one of the greatest technological advancements in the effort to improve access to films, television, and other video content for both deaf and hearing audiences. In Turn on the...

written by Harry G. Lang, 1947-, Jason Stark, fl. 2021 and Ernest E. Hairston, Jr., fl. 2021; photographed by Sally Taylor, fl. 2007, Andrew Kirkpatrick, fl. 2021, David H. Pierce, fl. 2021, Doin Hicks, fl. 2021, Ernest E. Hairston, Jr., fl. 2021, Len Novick, fl. 2021, George Potanovic, Jr., fl. 2021, Toni Atencio, fl. 2021, Carol Finkle, fl. 2021 and Bill Stark, fl. 2006, Brighton and Hove Museums. The Royal Pavilion Libraries and Museum Collections, Described and Captioned Media Project, United States. Library of Congress, Rochester Institute of Technology and Gallaudet University Library. Deaf Collections and Archives (District of Columbia: Gallaudet University Press, 2021, originally published 2021), 340 page(s)
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Violinist And Author Brendan Slocumb On His Riveting, Page-Turning Debut Novel
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presented by Geoff Bennett; interview by Geoff Bennett (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2022), 5 mins
Brendan Slocumb spent most of his career as a performer and teacher, but this year released his first book, a mystery called "The Violin Conspiracy." The novel is a reflection of Slocumb's experience in the classical music world, where Black musicians comprise less than 2 percent of orchestras nationwide. Geoff Be...
presented by Geoff Bennett; interview by Geoff Bennett (District of Columbia: NewsHour Productions, 2022), 5 mins
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