Anti-Racism in HSDC Service Areas Systemic racism is endemic in our society, and HSDC’s services are not immune from this reality. As leaders in our fields, we must acknowledge that we cannot achieve HSDC’s mission of inclusive and accessible communities without becoming an anti-racist organization. Racism and a lack of diversity have been issues in…

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Contents Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic ASL Resources for Mental Health Working From Home Like many people, we’ve been working from home during April. In lieu of a regular newsletter, we decided to share some resources related to mental health and working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you find it helpful….

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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: A screenshot of an online meeting, with six cameras. The top left shows a smiling child holding a colorful map of the US. The top middle camera shows Pamela Grossman, Director of Rosen Family Preschool, sitting on a couch. The top right camera shows Nate Elliott, Lead Teacher, with his hands raised. The…

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