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Train Go Sorry by Leah Hager Cohen
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Aug 01, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: soc-psych-health
Recommended for: linguists, sociologists, humanitarians, activists
Read in July, 2007

I had to read look inside the politically charged, fiercely independent world of the deaf community for my Special Education course, and I expected little. But I was surprised by how well Cohen was able to draw me into this uniquely insular culture with an adept blend of personal anecdotes, deaf student profiles, and political history. Engrossing, sometimes enraging, and hard to forget.

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