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Obed
9 years ago

I think this is a wonderful website!

Here in Zambia, there is little or no Sign Language Interpretation information.
I hope to benefit from this site.

Kayelle Morgan
9 years ago

Anna, As an Interpreter who has been “laid out flat” by trends in our profession in the past few years and is working on re-emerging into the communities your insights and observations strike a chord deep in my heart. I have struggled with my natural need to interact with the Deaf & Hearing consumers and was finding myself “out of step” somewhat with my peers. This article and others recently written by Dennis Cokely fill me with hope as I prepare to come back to the profession with fortitude and writings like this to embrace while practicing in the profession… Read more »

Michael Bove
9 years ago

Thank you, Brandon. Your work is very much appreciated. Thank you for championing the cause of our profession.

Lisa
9 years ago

Thanks, Brandon for yet another worthwhile endeavor. We do, as interpreters need a forum to discuss our professional issues, regardless of the popularity of those issues or whether or not those issues introduce controversy into our dialogues. What is needed is a cohesive, like-minded industry – this may well be a stepping stone toward that end.

You are very much appreciated.

Pat
9 years ago

Hi Brandon~ Thanks so much for requesting me to be its FB friend. Truthfully, I ignored the first one thinking, ‘What’s that…Street Leverage?’ without checking its mutual FB friends. Then the second request showed up…hmmm, I had better check out its mutual friends. Whoa! So wrong of me to have ignored your first request. So sorry, but very thankful for your ‘stubborness’. 🙂

Tammy
9 years ago

Thank you for this website! I look forward to receiving an e-mail and reading many more postings!!

lisa
9 years ago

Hi, yes, looking forward to receiving e-mail regarding interpreting!

Wayne Nicholson
9 years ago

Thanks for this website! Looking forward to many more postings!

Diane Hill
9 years ago

I am looking forward to reading more of your unique perspective of our work, our lives. I have been a professional interpreter for over 30 years and it isn’t just what I do; it is who I am. Your articles are encouraging, enlightening and empathetic. Thank you again.

Thank you again,
Diane Hill, C.I., C.T.

MJ
9 years ago

If it concerning sign language interpreting yes you may send it to me.

9 years ago
Reply to  MJ

In field of VRS services provided to Deaf Communities, I am concerned about the rights of highly qualified ASL/CODA interpreters for their reasonable salaries or wages being oppressed by any authority/employer due to their self-centered selfishness for sake of making more money or saving money. I myself sometime struggled to find CODA-ASL interpreter with certified legal interpreting skill thru VRS line when I had to call a lawyer to discuss my case. Most interpreters refused to tell me if they had that skill or not. VERY unfair to me because I value clear TRANSLATION of my communication into English when… Read more »