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Fall Potpourri III

November 1–Identity and Hearing Loss
CODA stands for “Child of Deaf Adults.” The presenter will talk about her experience growing up in a deaf family, explanations of deaf culture and American Sign Language, and the legislation and events that have led to progress within the deaf community.

November 8–My Father’s Untold War Story
For 57 years, Alfred told his family he had been a barber, chauffeur and translator in World War II. Following his wife’s death, Alfred started sharing a glimpse into his actual experiences. His daughter, Louise, began capturing those stories on napkins during nursing home visits, which grew into a deep dive into his true role–a reluctant front-line machine gunner in Europe. Louise discusses her book “Alfred: The Quiet History of a World War II Infantryman.”
Presenter: Louise Moore

Instructors

Eva Eiseman

Eva Eiseman is a retired deaf educator, interpreter trainer and marriage and family therapist. She is a community advocate for the deaf, the hard of hearing and deaf-blind issues. Eva earned a BS degree from Washburn University and an MA ... read more

Louise Moore

Louise Endres Moore graduated from St. Norbert College in psychology with minors in mathematics and education. She taught in the Waukesha and Wauwatosa school districts until the births of her two daughters, later completing a MS in computer science education ... read more

Date: 2 Mon, Nov 1-8

Delivery Method: In-person With Livestream

Time: 10-11:15am CT

Location: UWM Hefter Conference Center or view on Zoom

Instructors:
Eva Eiseman
Louise Moore

Fee: $15

Program Number: FALL:142

Note: In-person capacity: 38
Livestream capacity: 300

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