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Common Interpreter Microaggressions Experienced by Diverse Deaf Communities

You may be displaying microaggression in your work as an interpreter--and you may not even be aware of it.

In this new book by Dr. Suzette Garay, she lists the common microaggressions that have been experienced by diverse Deaf People of Color and other marginalized individuals.

Included in the book:

  • What are microaggressions and how to recognize them
  • Dos and Don'ts of apologies
  • Glossary of common microaggression and diversity terms

You will receive the ebook via email (Subject line will say: Here is Your Microaggressions Book) immediately after purchase. Check your email

What People Are Saying:

Beautiful. I tried to think of examples where I had either committed or was conscious of Not committing some of these microaggressions and few were related to subcultures. Perhaps this is due to a lack of awareness when I work with DPOC. I will continue to ponder for sure.

Christia Williams, MS NI

It is essential that we unpack our privileges in order to “do no harm”. It’s even more important as white interpreters to realize how our underlying biases impact our work. This book was helpful in recognizing some of what we may do that seems innocuous or comes under the guise of cultural mediation and in reality adds to the oppression of the communities we serve. Using the content of each passage to do some soul searching is a good thing and will assist in making us better interpreters and allies. The work will not be easy, no one likes to be confronted with their privileges, it is vital that it gets done.

Mary C. Healy, MSEd, CI