SASL Newsletter - Summer 2018 Issue Issue 10 - Summer 2018 - Page 7

has increased ten-fold. While they may know more signs or perhaps just this sign, their communicative behavior with me is greatly appreciated and is reflective of a changing society. I understand that many signers are hearing and non-disabled, yet they serve an important role to deaf people. I am excited that SASL as an organization is discussing new and fresh concepts for an ever changing societal dynamic. In closing, I encourage readers of this newsletter to read the President's note in the spring 2017 issue regarding the concept of signers that is important to SASL. I believe strongly that SASL and its specialization in research and scholarship will ultimately help contribute important information to various organizations, including those with a strong interest in international affairs such as the World Federation of the Deaf. Reprints From All Over The Place Starbucks: The First Signing Coffee Shop in the U.S. Published on July 19, 2018 Irish Sign Language Version of the National Anthem Published on July 17, 2018 Jordan Bell of Warriors Fingerspells “Video”… Published on June 8, 2018 InterSign University: Learning Sign Languages… Published in 2018 The Power of ASL 7 Summer 2018 – Issue 10