This September, Take Action For a Deaf-Friendly World!

Posted by: Staff Writer on Sept. 2, 2020

Creating a deaf-friendly world doesn't happen from the efforts of one person alone. We can't sit and wait for the world to become deaf-friendly, we, as a collective group must roll up our sleeves and do the work. We certainly can't pick every battle, but we can make an impact by modeling for others what we want, in our everyday lives.

That's why this year to celebrate Deaf Awareness, we want to make a conscious effort to take action for a deaf-friendly world by writing reviews about businesses we use in-person and online. For the benefit of our entire community, we need you to join us! 

Every choice we make, every dollar we spend, every interaction we have has the potential to make a difference. Because small things done by many people can lead to big things, especially when it comes to self-advocacy and asking for what we deserve - to live in a world that sees us as whole, contributing members of society, and valuable consumers. 

So let's do this, together, all month long - let's plugin reviews about businesses we frequent, because, like us, you want to make the world more deaf-friendly. 

But that's not all! We're giving away FREE #deaffriendly tees to anyone that plugs in 5 reviews in the month of September! So what are you waiting for? Join us today in creating a deaf-friendly world! 

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Patti

Patti

Stuft Eatery And Catering

Very deaf friendly.   One of our favorite restaurant.  Owner is very nice and make us ...

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Michael Thal

Michael Thal

Obay Lebanese Cuisine

I've eaten at Obay's Lebanese Cuisine about three times. During my first visit, the ...

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Tom Willard

Tom Willard

Comedy @ The Carlson

This club is currently closed because of Covid, but my review will discuss pre-Covid days.

I ...

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Sharon

Sharon

Costco Wholesale

Jason B at Wireless Advocates is CHAMP! I typed that I’m Deaf, and he pulled ...

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