Introduction to American Sign Language

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Join us for role playing and games designed to teach basic American Sign Language! During this progressive four-week course, instructors will cover the manual alphabet, numbers, making introductions and more. Presented by ASL Services Inc. Space is limited. Registration required. Ages 12 and up. Attendees must be able to participate in all four classes.

Introduction to American Sign Language

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Join us for role playing and games designed to teach basic American Sign Language! During this progressive four-week course, instructors will cover the manual alphabet, numbers, making introductions and more. Presented by ASL Services Inc. Space is limited. Registration required. Ages 12 and up. Attendees must be able to participate in all four classes.

Introduction to American Sign Language

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Join us for role playing and games designed to teach basic American Sign Language! During this progressive four-week course, instructors will cover the manual alphabet, numbers, making introductions and more. Presented by ASL Services Inc. Space is limited. Registration required. Ages 12 and up. Attendees must be able to participate in all four classes.

Central Florida progressive groups, state representatives try again for an equal pay act

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Orlando – Following an extensive history of refusal by several states, including Florida, to pass the historic federal Equal Rights Amendment insuring fair pay for women in the workplace, this year several state legislators are moving forward – as they have been for the better part of this decade – to push it through on a state level.

On March 14, outside Orlando City Hall, representatives from the LGBTA Democratic Caucus, the American Civil Liberties Union of Central Florida, the League of Women Voters of Central Florida, Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida and Greater Orlando Now gathered in support of Florida Senate Bill 410 and House Bill 319. Congressman Darren Soto (D-Kissimmee) was also in attendance as he was snowed out of Washington during the recent blizzard.

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10.20.16 Editor’s Desk

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Billy Manes

It’s always with a sense of consternation that we face down these weeks leading up to the November political sweepstakes, especially in presidential-election years.

The white noise can overpower the progressiveness and inspiration that leadership is meant to ignite; the television advertisements find their way to the nearest drain to see just how low they can go before the gutter becomes the wall; the erosion of trust becomes its own beast, as conspiracy theorists draft their narratives as a means of leveraging their distaste with nearly everything. Meanwhile, pies meet skies in overstated narratives of importance, polls slip into their margins of error and apathy, inevitably, reigns supreme. It’s an ugly story and it always has been. It’s also the key to the core of our nation, and should be treated as such: with respect and the sense of duty that public service requires.

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