Deaf Women of Canada

A Proud History and Exciting Future

by Hilda Campbell, Jo-Anne Robinson and Angela Stratiy

black and white
8.5” x 11”
287 pages
ISBN 1-55220-265-8

A collective history of Deaf women and their contributions to their various communities, Deaf Women of Canada recounts their anecdotes, stories and histories to help us understand their experiences. Information about the daily lives and struggles of Deaf women is not easy to come by, mainly because, until recent decades, women were not considered makers of history. Be inspired and sustained by the women whose remarkable accomplishments are traced in this book - heroines to call our own.

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