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#088 October 1995

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Dr. Shirley J. Allen, the first Deaf Black woman to earn a doctorate

Two tributes to Bruce Hlibok: “A Deaf Visionary,” by Raymond Luczak, and “He was ahead of his own times, ahead of deaf people’s times,” by Ellen Roth

Problem-Solving in Mathematics: searching for alternative teaching strategies, by Keith Mousley and Ronald R. Kelly

HPO: “Why don’t deaf people use terms like “Ms.” or “Mr.” when addressing people?”-suggested by Carl Palmer

A Few More Words: “It’s about recognition and acceptance,” by Diane E. Schmidt; response by Michele Listisard

Readers’ Responses: Should Deaf people be exempt from paying Federal tax?

Faxview: Do you feel that there’s enough HIV/AIDS education for Deaf people?

Rediscovering Laura Redden Searing,
10th-century journalist

Sheriffs who beat Paul McComb get slapped with a lawsuit; ASL Dictionary nabs CD-ROM “Oscar”

Shirley J. Allen is featured in Deaf Life Press’s book, Great Deaf Americans: The Second Edition. It makes a terrific gift for a friend, relative, or yourself!