Uganda Deaf Community

Posted on 14 February 2007. Filed under: International |

Uganda is another African country that has sent its share of deaf/Deaf students to Gallaudet University. And, like Kenya (posted last night), they too have a web site:

See my post from last night about the Kenya deaf web site — either click on the “international” category button below, or go to the main page of this blog at and scroll down.

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Hey, Andrea — this isn’t terribly related to the post, but I just wanted to send a word of deepest thanks to you for your comments on Amanda Baggs’s blog. Redirecting folks from “I have a 9-year-old son who’s diagnosed yada yada yada and can you tell me all about your life so I can understand him?” to actually reading some meaningful posts and, hopefully, “getting” the gist of the DP movement, especially when Amanda’s said herself she may not be able to be terribly responsive, is a hell of a great service and much appreciated. You rock.

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