I want to share one of the amazing Deaf women I have met while traveling back in 2018. With a team, she created the first official Mongolian Sign Language (MSL) book – the first book that is written BY Deaf people (They do include a few Hearing people, like MSL interpreter). However, it wasn’t an easy journey. Watch to learn her story!
Thank you, Mongolian Deaf Tour, for helping me to meet Baasanjav Amgalanbayar!
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English Closed Captions (CC) & transcript are both included. Transcription is provided in the comment section or visit this link to see the transcript: http://bit.ly/3pQVQuI. This video is in International Sign (IS) & gestures. And yes, IS includes a lot of signs from American Sign Language (ASL). To learn more about IS, read here: https://bit.ly/3pyXVfm If you would like to translate this video in Mongolian or in other languages, please reach out to me by emailing me first.
→→→ If you would like to buy the MSL book, please contact Baasanjav by emailing her: email@example.com
→ Baasanjav’s TedTalk (It does not have English captions though): https://www.ted.com/talks/baasanjav_amgalanbayar_inclusiveness_starts_at_sign_language
→ Twitter post by @languagefirstlab / IG: @language1st
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