We are looking for volunteers to provide invaluable assistance at the 52nd Biennial NAD Conference and we have awesome incentives for those who put in volunteer hours at the Conference!
Have a look through over 100 photos that show highlights from the NAD Board of Directors' visit in St. Augustine, Florida in January 2014. The visit included a campus tour on the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, a meet and greet with the Florida Association of the Deaf Board of Directors, and a successful Town Hall that was held on the last night of their visit!
The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) is the oldest civil rights organization in the country given that it has been in continuous operation since 1880 with the mission of preserving, protecting, and promoting the civil, human and linguistic rights of all deaf and hard of hearing people in the United States. Recent stories on the Internet have however focused on two well-known entities laying claim to being the oldest civil rights organization in the United States: the NAACP and the National Rifle Association (NRA).
The National Association of the Deaf (NAD) is excited to announce this month’s #NADHandwave! The monthly #NADHandwave recognition program is an opportunity for everyone to meet an individual who has contributed greatly to the betterment of the deaf community. This month’s #NADHandwave goes to Mayra Castro, another fantastic individual for us all to meet!
The NAD uses the monthly #NADHandwave recogition as an opportunity to recognize an individual who has contributed greatly to the betterment of the deaf community. This month’s #NADHandwave goes to Abubakar “Bakar” Ali, who is very deserving of this recognition.