Now that many of us are in isolation, we have to use technology to communicate with each other. But that technology isn’t always built with everyone in mind. On today’s episode, we talk about what the transition to virtual learning -- and to quarantine life in general -- has meant for one person in the Deaf community as she spends her last semester of college online.
Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch
Managing Producer: John Asante
Reporter: Catherine Saint Louis
Producer: Hayley Fager
Editors: Vikram Patel
Engineer: Mark Bush
Music by Matt McGinley & Blue Dot Sessions
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