National Association of the Deaf

So you’ve planned an event: selected a date, gave it an official name, and rented a space. Perhaps you already rented tables
I was welcomed into the community and his family, and within a couple of weeks I was given a name-sign by his youngest sister.
The surprise thumbing of the nose at us by the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) during their national conference last month amounts to yet another slap in the face for LGBT people. This time, however, we've learned three crucial lessons.
The agency's explanation is unlikely to satisfy critics such as TSA News, which this week ran an article about a cancer-stricken
The vast majority of programming viewed over the internet is not closed captioned at this time and the Netflix case ruling is a major step towards reversing these conditions as this is the first court to hold that the ADA also applies to website-only businesses.
Gov. Daugaard is allowed his views and since he was duly elected by the people of South Dakota, I'm not going to second guess their decision. But it is fairly clear that Daugaard's view doesn't belong at the NAD conference. So why was he invited?