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StreetLeverage - Live 2016

Voluntary Accountability: A StreetLeverage – Live Wrap-Up

StreetLeverage – Live 2016 may be over, but the takeaways linger; sights set on possibilities, participants shared generosity and perspective while looking at critical issues impacting the field of interpreting. Here’s a brief look at some highlights from the weekend. #CommunityisAccountability In the world of sign language interpreting, time is a precious commodity. The beauty


Patrick Graybill

Implicit & Explicit Meaning: Implications for Sign Language Interpreters

Patrick Graybill presented Implicit & Explicit Meaning: Implications for Sign Language Interpreters at StreetLeverage – Live 2015 | Boston. His talk examines how authentic meanings can be implicit or explicit and explores some of the guiding principles for uncovering meaning. You can find the PPT deck for his presentation here. [Note from StreetLeverage: What follows is an English translation


StreetLeverage National Treasure Award

 National Treasures At StreetLeverage, we subscribe to the belief that central to meaningful change is recognizing those trailblazers, pioneers, and independent thinkers who looked at the current practices of their time and found a way, not only to uncover art, but to identify gaps in both art and practice and worked to create change. These