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July 22, 2007

Community Forum on Interpreting 8-4

From: DEAF Media - Jul 22, 2007

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Want to join the dialog about the changing field of interpreting?

In conjunction with the National Registry of Interpreters of the Deaf (RID) Conference in San Francisco (8/3-8/8), the Interpreters of Deaf Parents (IDP) and Deaf Members in Leadership (DML) are presenting
a Community Forum. It will be held in the neighboring Parc 55 Hotel, on Saturday, Aug. 4, from 1 to 6 pm. It and FREE and open to everyone.

This is a wonderful opportunity for discussion of this vital topic, with leadership.

The flyer is attached, and is copied within this text as well.

For more information contact: Lynnette Taylor -

Hope to see you there.

Susan D. Rutherford, Ph.D.
Executive Director

DEAF Media, Inc.
2600 Tenth Street, Suite 413
Berkeley, CA 94710

What's Our IQ
(Impact Quotient)?

Interpreters with Deaf Parents (IDP) and Deaf Members in Leadership (DML)
invite you to participate in a

Community Forum.
What impact does the interpreting field have on the Deaf community?
We've changed, the Deaf community has changed, the interpreting profession has
changed and our relationship has changed.
It's time to come together and look at the big picture.
Where do we go from here?
We present this dialogue as a first step in engaging EVERYONE in the
questions that need to be asked.
This forum will include presentations, panel discussions and facilitated group sessions.

Date: Saturday, August 4
Time: 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Place: Parc 55 Hotel
55 Cyril Magnin St.

Across from the RID
conference center
For more information or questions contact: Lynnette Taylor -
For Deaf-Blind interpreting needs, please contact Susie Morgan Morrow at

.45 CEU's or ACET Credits approved by the NYC Dept. of Ed. CMP Committee
Room: Barcelona 2

The panelists include (subject to change):
Dennis Cokely, Betty Colonomos, Eileen Forestal, Ella Lentz, Rico Peterson & Gary Sanderson

Moderators: Lynnette Taylor & Lillian Garcia

The forum is FREE and open to ALL