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.
I recently attended a workshop where an interpreter mentioned three types of people in our profession. I don’t recall the other two, but queer was one of them. And it’s true, of course, depending on the city you’re in, there are quite a number of queer people in the interpreting field.
Travis fades and a teal circle comes up with the text that reads “The More You Know” “Representation in Interpreting” on a white background.
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