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Is Your City Deaf-Friendly?

May 30, 2008

Dear Fookem and Bug visitors,

Deaf411 recently announced project called “Deaf-Friendly Cities in the U.S.”, there is a signed video with open captions at www.deaf411online.com/9.html, with online survey. We encourage you to see the video and take the survey. Share our experiences & thoughts as Deaf411 will do a “Deaf-Friendly Cities in the U.S.” report in about 6 months and will make it available to anyone at no cost!

DEAF-FRIENDLY CITIES IN THE U.S. website – www.deaf411online.com/9.html

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  1. Richard Roehm
    May 30, 2008 at 1:09 pm

    Our Enableworks project will involve a large apartment building that will be very deaf friendly. We got the funding to start it and were buying up the units in the building as you see in the video.

    The condo purchasing starts

    Project Enableworks
    http://www.deafadvocacy.org/blog/2008/05/project-enableworks.html

    The whole building will be like a deaf friendly city itself. We’ll have a lot of things in the complex to make it friendly to the deaf people living in it.

    It’s being funded by a gang of wealthy Philippine businessmen.

    Have a sweet one!

    Richard

  2. A.J
    May 30, 2008 at 4:40 pm

    How can you measure if there is not enough data information about deaf-friendly in the city? If someone sends you the video about it, are you able to visit the city to prove if it’s deaf-friendly or not?

    Thank you in advance, A.J

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