Deaf Life magazine may offer Japanese version

Deaf Life magazine founder Matthew Scott Moore may take the publication international by launching a Japanese version, although the process is still under negotiation. Moore, who is deaf, founded the magazine in 1987. Deaf Life's purpose is to "show what the deaf community can do and what's happening," he says. A book based on a collection of columns from the magazine is commonly used in classes on deaf curriculum, he says.

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