The Deaf Cultural Center's mission is to provide educational and resourceful programs and activities to inspire a deeper appreciation and understanding of the lives of diverse deaf people, including their language, culture, experiences, achievements and contributions worldwide. The building was completed in 2001 with the museum installation completed in the fall of 2005.
Over 25 pieces of literature on Deaf History linked to Gally Press which has them available for purchas. These are an important part of the interpreter, ASL, Deaf library. Stunning covers, stunning works, and a vital part to the fabric of Deaf Culture and the people which use American Sign Language today.
An Deaf magazine that has been around for a while and is truly amazing! Has relevant articles and even sections for questions hearing people have about the Deaf. These articles actually made up one of my text books.