Sunday, January 27, 2008


1. I' am sorry you can't hear
2. Can you read my lipread?
3. Oh, my God!
4. Can you talk?
5. you can't work because you are deaf
6. Can you drive? but you can't hear "HONK"
7. Hey! Excuse me.
8. i am sorry. i don't know how to sign.
9. You don't need to buy it. Let me buy for you.
10. @!*#?

His Dream Realized or Not?

Martin Luther King Day, Janurary 21, 2008

Martin Luther King is a natinal hero. He fought the good fight, preaching non-violence, leaded anti-esgregation marches, and posturing as the leader of America's black population.

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray in the 40 year. He was on the veranda of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn.

His death caused racial riots in every magor city in the nation,mchief among them Baltimore and Washington, DC. Dozens were killed thousdands were arrested.

Today we can rec King's assassination
-Where we were.
-How it affected us.
-What it meant in the greater realm of things.

The young children has a very limit of understanding of who Dr.king was and what his sacrifice meant.

America is a far different place than the America that took the life of Dr. King 40 year ago.

His memory remains strong.
His effort for the people of this nation and, for what this nation is supposed to stand, were profound.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Hot Ideas

wrote by Tanysha Pierce

1.DON'T Hurry love. Building relationships
takes patience

2. DON'T Parent without a plan.
Decide what your role is early on, and stick to it.

3. Don't take over.
Respect your deaf friends or family, worker's history and habits.

4. DON'T fight with your friend or spouse in public.
Hash things out when the kids aren't around.

5. DON'T do it all. Set limits on what
your friend can expect from you.

6. DON'T be a cry. Your kids
need structure, stability and rules.

7. DON'T buy affection. Its expensive and it doesn't work.

8. DON'T play favorites. Everyone's equal.

9. DON'T trash your friend's girlfriend or boyfriend. Don't let them do it, either.

10. DON'T forget the good times. Give your friend plenty of opportunities to have fun and enjoy one another's company.

Sunday, May 27, 2007

Deaf African-American children learn Deaf Black History

My true life story by myself

My beloved mother raised me as a sweet humble little girl. She send me to New Bedford Public School in New Bedford, MA. There are many white, some spainsh, Three black children in my school. My classmate are three white and one tan. No one like me. I wondered why i borned to be black. I questioned my mother about my color skin. She shut me up! I still obessed to look at my color skin. I tried to copy white person. I wanted to be become white. My mother can't stand me!

Bionda Pierce, My daughter's development of phycial and emotional

Bionda "Kami" Pierce (9 mos)

Bionda enjoyed to look in mirror
at Children's Museum in Boston,MA.
She started to crawl at 7 mos.
She walked by hold to the wall or table at 8 mos.
She gasped to look at mirror and laughed at 9 mos.