Friday, December 27, 2013

The Laurent Clerc #challenge

Laurent Clerc is credited as one of the developers of the American Sign Language. He is also a co-founder of the American School for the Deaf. The Gallaudet university issues a yearly award in his name to a deaf person for his or her outstanding contributions to society.

Wikipedia has at this time articles for three of the forty-three recipients of the "Laurent Clerc award".

This can be improved upon and it is why there is this "Laurent Clerc challenge". The objective is to have more information available on the Internet about deaf people who are winners.

To take part in this challenge you can:

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