1994: Living Deaf

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Leah Hager Cohen ’91

In her book Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World, Leah Hager Cohen sensitively portrayed the experiences and challenges of students at a New York City school for the deaf, as well as the difficult challenges of bridging the deaf and hearing worlds, and the civil rights movement of the deaf community.


Train Go Sorry: Inside a Deaf World

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