Watch Deaf Culture and History Section chair Michael Reis share when Deaf History Month started, thanks to the efforts of Alice Hagemeyer! #factfriday #NADfact #DeafHistoryMonth

[VIDEO DESC & TRANSCRIPT: Michael Reis is seated in front of a dark background. #FactFriday in light blue flickering on in a white border on the upper left corner. The NAD logo is on the upper right corner. Light blue open captions are on the bottom of the video. The #FactFriday flickers out of sight.

MICHAEL: Deaf History Month started in 2006 when the American Library Association and the NAD announced that every year during March 13 to April 15 is National Deaf History Month.

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