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Conversation Series: Interpreters on Interpreting with People Who Use Atypical Language

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Presenters: Interpreters with diverse perspectives and experiences

These conversations include diverse perspectives—Deaf perspectives, Coda perspectives, BIPOC[1] perspectives, and more. Several of the people participating in these videos are immigrants, or first-generation Americans. Because they are talking with one another, you have access to rich insights you might not be exposed to if these individuals were talking with you directly. It is their relationships with one another and the communities in which they live that allow them to speak openly and frankly with one another—always with mutual respect and regard. 

The contents of this presentation were developed by CALI at the Northeastern University Center for Atypical Language Interpreting.
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