May 6, 2022
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An Asian man with short dark hair, sits wearing a black long sleeve button up, dark framed glasses, and dark studded earrings. He is using ASL.
Barriers. Really, I would say exposure is a barrier. I feel like not many people of color know that interpreting is a profession. When I was acquiring sign language, I had no idea I could become an interpreter. Most people told me I could become a doctor or a lawyer or a scientist. But interpreting simply never once occurred to me.
Travis fades out and a teal circle opens up into a white circle with teal outline and text that reads “Attitude and Biases: APAHM”
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