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Community Outreach

The community outreach activities are funded by the profits from selling books and educational materials. The activities are created with the Black Deaf community to support community initiatives and programs. Funding is also donated to organizations, individuals, or community groups to support activities that positively impact Deaf people. Below are the initiatives that have been supported. We always seek collaboration or exciting new projects to support, so please contact us.

  • Books Can Take You Anywhere: Love & Literacy Across California (2024)

  • ASL Educators Collaboration Conference (2024)

  • Our Hands Speak Resource Fair (2024)

  • Bunche Preparatory Academy Kwanza Celebration workshop (2023)

  • California School for the Deaf Elementary Kwanza Celebration presentation with SoCalBDA (2023)

  • Meta Expo (2023)

  • Donated funds to support Black Deaf artists' work (2022)

  • Donated funds to the Southern California Black Deaf Advocates Juneteenth Celebration (2022)

  • Supplemented students' tickets to attend Deaf West Theater- Oepdius (2022)

  • Donated funds to the National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA)- Black Deaf Women Leadership Program (2021)

  • Donated funds to support the creation of the Georgia School for the Deaf -Black Deaf Alumni's Segregation documentary project (2021)


San Diego Community Deaf Festival 2023


Deaf Nation Expo
Pasadena, CA 2023

Worked with American School for the Deaf to learn the National Black Anthem-"Lift Every Voice and Sing- 2023


Building community in Curaçao with the Ministry of Education and  Deaf educators-2023


Black Deaf Studies

Symposium 2023


California Love & Literacy family festival. Raffled off books and connected with community members!

California School for the Deaf Film Camp 

cosponsored by SignLight- 2023


Cal-Ed Conference 2023 Hosted a Black Teacher Panel

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Love and Literacy Family Fun Day

Riverside, CA 2023

100 Black Deaf Lives Matter books were donated to ten teachers worldwide, impacting 250 kids


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